Airspace Link has been approved to provide the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) B4UFLY service, marking their continued commitment to upholding drone flying safety standards in the national airspace.
As an integral part of the FAA commitment to safety and seamless integration of recreational drones into the national airspace, this recognition upholds the next generation of responsibility and awareness for drone pilots nationwide.
B4UFLY is a collaboration between the FAA and private industry leaders, like Airspace Link, dedicated to ensuring the safety of drone operations by providing tailored safety information and airspace awareness to recreational and commercial drone pilots.
“Our collaboration with the FAA solidifies our role as a trusted channel, ensuring all flyers have access to vital safety standards and airspace intelligence before takeoff,” said Daniel Bradshaw, Airspace Link Co-Founder and CTO.
Accessing the B4UFLY features through Airspace Link’s AirHub® Portal ensures drone pilots can visualize and adhere to regulatory requirements when operating drones in controlled airspace below 400 feet. This integration showcases a clear indicator of whether it’s safe to fly or not, interactive maps with informative data, insights into controlled and uncontrolled airspace, along with direct links to various FAA drone resources and regulatory information. AirHub Portal is publicly accessible on both desktop and mobile platforms.
B4UFLY has evolved from a standalone application to essential features integrated into applications like AirHub Portal, designed to provide drone pilots with both B4UFLY and LAANC capabilities in one location. This integration by Airspace Link continues to equip recreational flyers with the essential tools and information required for responsible navigation of the national airspace system.