AirMap to shut down flight planning app, withdraws from LAANC service provision

Uncrewed Traffic Management company AirMap has announced it will shut down the AirMap application on 22 June 2023, according to company media coverage.

AirMap has evolved many times over its storied history, from an app to create no fly zones over populated areas, to a tool that empowers authorities to manage and monitor airspace. Over the past several months, AirMap reports extensive development work to build a next-generation product. It aims to present a new mission to enable autonomy and beyond visual line-of-sight flight at scale.

As a part of this new direction, the company made the difficult decision to shut down the AirMap application on June 22nd, 2023. This is not a decision it took lightly, and the company expresses its gratitude to the AirMap community for years of commitment, contribution, and safe flying.

As a consequence, Low Altitude Authorisation Notification (LAANC) authorisations have been disabled on the AirMap app. Authorisations with a pending or accepted status that was scheduled prior to the shutdown date will not be affected.

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