One of the major concerns for the Federal Aviation Administration on the use of unmanned aircraft systems, aka drones, has been the use of such devices around major airports.
The National Association of Tower Erectors has commended the U.S. Senate’s recent reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration.
The FAA is raising the blanket altitude for 333 waivers and considering recommendations for flight over people.
The Federal Aviation Administration released an updated list of pilot, air traffic controller and citizen reports of possible encounters with unmanned aircraft systems, or drones.
The registration rule technically goes into effect Dec. 21, with the FAA accepting comments on it until 30 days out from publication in the Federal Register.
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