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LAANC Providers. Which one do you prefer?
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51 Drones
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It looks like Kittyhawk is winning this race!


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8-3 15:21
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pianoplayer7
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Flight distance : 244239 ft
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Kittyhawk, all day, every day
8-6 06:44
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djiuser_g1rKGBWU0kA7
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Flight distance : 105351 ft
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Kittyhawk  since now is working with B4UFLY.
I never asked for LAANC in my area bc Kittyhawk doesn't show me option so I just never asked for LAANC for If I ever nees to. I will use kittyhawk
8-7 09:27
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Dietmar Neidhardt
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Flight distance : 80610 ft
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Agreed with 51 Drones... Kittyhawk seems to be the winner, but here is my question to DJI, after Brendan Schulman, DJI Vice President of Policy & Legal Affairs announced the agreement with Kittyhawk. Isn't it about time that DJI goes further. It is ridiculous to get LAANC / FAA approval for your flight via KittyHawk, and then having to go to DJI's Unlocking/Self-Unlocking website to be able to fly in that very restricted zone, for which you have already FAA clearance. And all that while being connected to KittyHawk, via the DJI Status "Running", syncing flights. Is the FAA clearance not good enough for DJI? In todays world it should be a straight link, with the DJI GO4 app accepting the FAA approval via KettyHawk, and automatically clearing the drone for take off. In my opinion it is even safer as KH keeps a flight record of all data.
BTW same problem with AIRMAP.
8-27 12:16
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