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On December 28, 2020 the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced final rules for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or drones that will require Remote Identification (Remote ID) of drones and allow operators of small drones to fly over people and at night under certain conditions.

UAS Live Events Whether you're a new pilot or have years of experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the State of Alaska. To get started, be sure to select which type of user you are and find out what rules and regulations apply to your specific situation. Alaska DOT&PF has the authority to implement and manage regulations pertaining to state laws concerning unmanned aircraft operations within the state.

Click on one of the categories below to find out what is required before you can operate in Alaska.

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In order to fly your drone under the FAA's Small UAS Rule (Part 107), you must obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate.
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Updated: 06/24/2021

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