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In Colorado, Local Government Searches for the Right Balance on Regulating Drones

In Colorado, Local Government Searches for the Right Balance on Regulating Drones

… industry that one market research firm estimates could be worth more than $9 billion by 2024. To further complicate things, drone regulation brings to the fore the clash between… Read more »

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“Not trying to be the drone police”: Colorado towns writing UAV rules strive to balance privacy …

“Not trying to be the drone police”: Colorado towns writing UAV rules strive to balance privacy …

To further complicate things, drone regulation brings to the fore the clash between local government power and the authority of the Federal Aviation Administration, which controls airspace in the United… Read more »

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Oro Valley police second local law enforcement agency in area using drones

Oro Valley police second local law enforcement agency in area using drones

The department has seven officers who can fly the drones and who are licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration. The department conducts ongoing training with officers to assure they remain… Read more »

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US court rejects flight instructor’s complaint

US court rejects flight instructor’s complaint

Nishio said he filed a complaint on March 23, 2013 against CPA at the Federal Aviation Administration’s chief counsel office in Washington, D.C.. On April 29, 2016, he said the… Read more »

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FAA must act after jet engine explosion

FAA must act after jet engine explosion

While the investigation is still ongoing it is immediately clear that the Federal Aviation Administration will need new policies on inspections and Southwest and other airlines will need to do… Read more »

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Liberty Co. establishing aviation unit for use of drones in law enforcement work

Liberty Co. establishing aviation unit for use of drones in law enforcement work

Upon completion of the school and testing by the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ), Deputy Mitchell earned his “Remote Pilot Certificate” in Part 107 dealing with small unmanned vehicles… Read more »

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As Engine Failed, FAA Was Considering Rules That Might Have Made a Difference

As Engine Failed, FAA Was Considering Rules That Might Have Made a Difference

The Federal Aviation Administration recommended 18 months, which most airlines, including Southwest, seemed to prefer. The agency was still analyzing the public comments when the engine failure happened on Tuesday…. Read more »

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Selected Hot Topics for the Business Aviation Community in 2018

Selected Hot Topics for the Business Aviation Community in 2018

The business aviation community — anyone operating aircraft ranging from multi-engine business jets down to single-engine piston airplanes under either the Federal Aviation Administration’s (“FAA’s”) noncommercial rules (as found at… Read more »

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Southwest Airlines Races to Inspect Plane Engines After Deadly Explosion

Southwest Airlines Races to Inspect Plane Engines After Deadly Explosion

The incident compelled the Federal Aviation Administration to propose inspections of similar fan blades and replacements. Sumwalt said the NTSB would check to see if Southwest Airlines’ latest incident could… Read more »

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Fuzzy space law is forcing the US to update its orbital regulations

Fuzzy space law is forcing the US to update its orbital regulations

Under this new US vision, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will continue to license commercial rocket launches, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will still license the use of satellite… Read more »

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