SHANGHAI—The Civil Aviation Administration China (CAAC) is working on improvements to its currently limited regulations on the use of unmanned aircraft, and is looking to a future in which they will share airspace with piloted aircraft. "We already have regulations for the use of unmanned aircraft in China," says Yin Shijun, the CAAC’s director of airworthiness certification. "They can be flown in China." The present regulations are not extensive, however. The ...
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