B4UFLY Disclaimers



“B4UFLY does not provide all necessary tools required to perform a complete Preflight Assessment. Operators/Users should identify the legal requirements and recommendations appropriate to the operation, whether those required under 14 CFR 107.49 or recommended by an FAA-recognized unmanned aircraft Community Based Organization in accordance with 49 USC 44809.”

“Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) and other data are updated periodically to reflect near real-time conditions. TFR information may not be provided in advance. Confirm data currency through alternate sources (e.g., tfr.faa.gov1800wxbrief.com) and contact your local Flight Service Station for interpretation of TFR data.”

All flights must be 400 feet AGL or lower, depending on UASFM maximum allowable altitude.

Advisories provided are limited to a 2 nautical mile radius from the location of the pin drop.

“Avision, Inc. is a provider of UAS services for the FAA’s B4UFLY. B4UFLY is an airspace awareness tool. Information provided here is based on near real-time and available projected information on airspace status and airport-specific maps, and that information is subject to change. Planning tools should be checked prior to flight for any changes that could impact the operation.”

Safety Guidelines for 44809 Users

  • Fly only for fun or recreation. Otherwise, get Part 107 licensed
  • Follow the safety guidelines of a recognized model aircraft community-based organization.
  • Avoid flying in a way that interferes with other aircraft.
  • Avoid flying near or over people, public events, or stadiums full of people. Flying near people can create a hazard.
  • Avoid flying near or over emergency response efforts.
  • Make sure you can see your UAS at all times with unaided vision (except for glasses and contacts).
  • Fly at or below 400 feet AGL when in uncontrolled airspace (Class G).
  • You must obtain authorization to fly in Class B, C, D, or within the lateral boundaries of the surface area of Class E airspace.
  • Avoid flying weather conditions such as high winds or reduced visibility.
  • You must register your drone if the drone is over 0.55lbs. If your drone is registered, you must either be Remote ID equipped or only fly inside a FAA Recognized Identification Area (FRIA).
  • You must take The Recreational UAS Safety Test – TRUST and provide proof of test passage to the FAA or law enforcement upon request.
  • See AC 91-57C for more detailed information.



Last Updated: June 26th, 2024