A court decision in a lawsuit brought by an unmanned aircraft operator against FAA could make it more difficult for the agency to ban civil UAS use until it can get rules in place. The lawsuit was filed by voluntary search-and-rescue operation Texas EquuSearch after receiving an email from an FAA regional office in February informing the organization that its use of a small unmanned aircraft to assist with searches was "illegal" and should "stop immediately." The District ...


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