FAA FRIA Information

Now that the FAA Remote ID part of the Reauthorization Bill of 2018 is in effect, those of us that fly aircraft that are heavy enough to be registered with the FAA need to comply with that law, including Remote ID. Compliance methods can include:


Simply click the link, below, or the image at left for a map showing all active FRIAs in the United states. This is the official FAA version of a FRIA map, so check often to see the most updated version, and if there's a new FRIA near you! 

The FRIA map was created using ARC GIS, a CAD-type program that accurately depicts the boundaries of the FRIAs, themselves, not just the location. You can select the types of airspace you wish to view using the map's toolbar, even to the point of using the latest VFR Sectional Chart as a basemap (if you select that option, actually seeing a FRIA is quite challenging. The default view likely gives the best clarity for FRIA locations and identification.


List of FAA Approved Remote ID Equipment

Click on the link to review the latest list of FAA-approved Remote ID equipment. The list includes both aircraft with built in Remote ID systems, and Remote ID modules, as well.