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British Airways Pilot Taken Off Plane in Cuffs – ‘FUI’ Avoided?

British Airways Pilot Taken Off Plane in Cuffs – ‘FUI’ Avoided?

A FoxNews.com investigation of Federal Aviation Administration documents through the Freedom of Information Act in 2016 revealed that while the overwhelming majority of pilots are law abiding and responsible, too… Read more »

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Israel drone startup sees demand jump as regulation eases

Israel drone startup sees demand jump as regulation eases

A drone is a small pilotless aircraft that is controlled via a remote or by a software application. The Federal Aviation Administration has implemented the Small UAS rule, making it… Read more »

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When drones are part of the smart city network

When drones are part of the smart city network

The Federal Aviation Administration’s work on standards for remote identification and tracking of drones will also make it easier for cities to integrate the devices. Recommendations from an FAA committee… Read more »

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How to register your drone (it’s the law… again)

How to register your drone (it’s the law… again)

Hobbyists were not amused. They fought the law. On May 19, 2017, the case of John A. Taylor, petitioner v. Michael P. Huerta, as Administrator, Federal Aviation Administrator, respondent, on… Read more »

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New Law Bans Drinking and Droning in New Jersey

New Law Bans Drinking and Droning in New Jersey

Since December 2015, when the Federal Aviation Administration made it mandatory to register drones, more than 770,000 drone registrations have been filed in the US. The FAA predicts the number… Read more »

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New Jersey Just Introduced a Hefty Fine for Drunk Drone Flying

New Jersey Just Introduced a Hefty Fine for Drunk Drone Flying

Don’t drink and drone. That’s the message from the state of New Jersey, which passed a law on Monday that makes it illegal to operate an unmanned drone vehicle with… Read more »

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Drone sightings sparking increasing concern locally

Drone sightings sparking increasing concern locally

At least 20 times between January and September last year, aircraft taking off or landing at area airports reported seeing drones, Federal Aviation Administration records show. The sightings sparked more… Read more »

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NY Launches State Police Drone Program

NY Launches State Police Drone Program

Additionally, all footage obtained by these drones will be deleted after 30 days as long as it doesn’t serve any law enforcement purposes. The troopers who operate the drones will… Read more »

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Sec. of Transportation Elaine Chao Emphasizes Deregulation and Consumer Confidence

Sec. of Transportation Elaine Chao Emphasizes Deregulation and Consumer Confidence

The Federal Aviation Administration, law enforcement and the general public all hold differing views on the rights of drone operators, leaving local legislatures to balance the opinions of various stakeholders… Read more »

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US citizens should ‘draft a will’ prior to N.Korea trips: State Department

US citizens should ‘draft a will’ prior to N.Korea trips: State Department

“Due to risks to civil aviation operating within or in the vicinity of North Korea, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) and/or a Special… Read more »

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