AirMap Frequently Asked Questions

Kansas has partnered with Airmap to provide airspace awareness, alerts, and flight plan filing for your Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) flights. Airmap helps you make sure you are flying safely, sensible, and legally. As with manned aviation, the responsibility of all three lie with you—the operator.

Simple! Download the AirMap application on your Android, iOS or use the web based browser. AirMap will guide you step by step on getting your first flight filed safely and efficiently.

Yes, this service is absolutely free!

No, but it is highly recommended to increase safety, and help you avoid unnecessary liability issues.

Yes! The FAA has mandated that your drone must be registered whether you're flying for recreation or for commercial use—please see the FAA guidelines below for more information.