Airmap is Ideal for Commercial Drone Flight

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There are so many apps out there for drone pilots, but it’s hard to know what’s worth your time and money with all those choices. I think that there are indeed a few apps that can really improve your flying experience, so here I am with more details about such an app. Well, Airmap is one of those apps that you must take in consideration. This app does so much more than just map a potential flight location or help you keep a log of your flight.

With backing by companies like Microsoft and Qualcomm, not to mention drone players like Yuneec, it seems that Airmap is rapidly becoming the ideal tool for commercial drone flight. Don’t you believe me? Let me tell you more.

You probably think that flying is fun, but getting started can be daunting, and it’s much more fun with a little bit of help. With Airmap you get more than you were hoping for.

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In terms of ease of use, this appears well ahead of the competition. The interface is sharp and incredibly intuitive, while the features are all straightforward and easily accessible even to beginners. To be more precise, this app lets you enjoy a long list of features such as: View Airspace Data, Toggle Airspace Information & Advisory Map Overlays, Super Fast Vector Maps, Manage UAV Aircraft, Create & Manage Flights (incl. Future Flights), File Digital Flight Notifications (D-NAS), View Public Flights, Search Map by Place or Location, Pilot Profile View and more, keeping things super simple and organized.

This is why Airmap can be great for your basic needs, or for your commercial piloting business and I have no doubts about this being one of the most popular autonomous flight apps on the market.

Grab Airmap and let me know if you like it too. The comments area is waiting for you, so do not hesitate to share your opinion with the world.

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Mike Blass