FAADroneZone Appendix A: Part 89 Notice of Identification (NOI)
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Office of Aviation Safety (AVS) owns and operates the Part 89 Notice of Identification system (“Part 89 NOI”). 14 C.F.R. § 89.130 has four requirements, three of which operators (who can be United States citizens, legal permanent residents, or foreigners) of foreign registered unmanned aircraft (UA) with remote identification (remote ID) must comply. The three requirements operators must comply with are: 1) submit a Notice of Identification (NOI) in a form and manner acceptable to the FAA Administrator, 2) maintain a Confirmation of Identification (COI) at the control station, and 3) ensure information in the NOI is updated and accurate. The fourth requirement is for FAA to issue COIs per § 89.130(b). The Part 89 NOI system allows operators of foreign registered UA with remote ID to comply with the requirements of 14 C.F.R. § 89.130 by submitting an NOI online and receiving an electronic COI, which serves as confirmation that FAA received the notice.
The Part 89 NOI is part of the FAADroneZone services. This is an Appendix to the overarching Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for FAADroneZone, which can be found here: https://www.transportation.gov/individuals/privacy/faadronezone-0.