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New FAA waiver issued to CNN will help expand commercial drone operations over people

Drones are the future of transportation and information technology. Recent innovations have transformed what used to be considered toys into powerful tools that provide substantial safety...

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A New Regime: Making the Jump from Section 333 UAS Operations to Part 107

We are at a watershed moment in aviation history. As we reported yesterday, the FAA and DOT finally released their Final Rule for the Operation and Certification of Small UAS (Part 107),...

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Huge News: FAA/DOT Release Small UAS Rule

The commercial UAS industry in the U.S. took a giant leap forward yesterday, as DOT and FAA released its Final Rule for the Operation and Certification of Small UAS (Part 107). At 624 pages ...

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Moving Domestic Drone Policy Forward: Legislative Proposal Would Assist Energy Companies in their Drone Operations

The commercial drone industry continues to face regulatory challenges as companies strive to use drones to make their operations safer and more efficient. In a positive development this...

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China Launches First Operational Rules for Civil Unmanned Aircraft

China’s civil flight authority, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), has issued new rules applicable to civil unmanned aircraft, commonly known as drones or UAS,...

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FAA Releases Rule on UAS Registration Requirements

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) estimates that nearly 800,000 small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, will be sold this holiday season, and expects sales of an...

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FAA Task Force Recommends Sweeping UAS Registration Requirements

As previously reported here and here, a month ago on October 19, 2015, the Department of Transportation (DOT) created a registration task force (RTF) charged with making recommendations to...

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BREAKING: The FAA Proposes US$1.9 Million Civil Penalty Against SkyPan International, Inc. for Unauthorized Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Flights

The FAA has proposed a US$1.9 million civil penalty against SkyPan International, Inc. of Chicago for unauthorized UAS operations. According to the FAA's press release, SkyPan conducted...

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The Mexican Civil Aviation Authority Has Issued a New Mandatory Circular for all Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Operations

On April 8, 2015, the DGAC issued a new mandatory circular CO AV-23/10 R2 that "establishes the requirements to operate RPAS" to be more in line with the regulatory regimes of other...

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The FAA Has Issued Five More Exemptions for Commercial Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted five more Section 333 exemptions for commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems in the United States, bringing the total number of such...

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New FAA Exemptions for Commercial Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems

On January 23, 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration granted two more Section 333 exemptions for commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems in the United States. Read More: New FAA...

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