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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

The FAA is aware that some Part 107 Remote Pilots are unable to complete the recurrent knowledge test due to testing center closures related to COVID-19 response. The FAA is aggressively working towards a solution for these airmen. Continue to check our website and follow us on social media for updates.

Whether you're a new drone pilot or have years of experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the national airspace. To get started, be sure to select which type of drone user you are and find out what rules and regulations apply to your specific situation. You can then begin researching where it is safe to fly and when you need approval to fly.

What type of drone flyer are you?

Recreational Flyers and Modeler
Community-Based Organizations

Certificated Remote Pilots including
Commercial Operators

Public Safety & Government Users

Educational Users

Not sure? We'll help you figure it out.

Ready to fly? Be sure to download the B4UFLY app for your smartphone to determine whether there are any restrictions or requirements in effect where you want to fly.

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