Key documents laying out the path to integration of unmanned aircraft in national airspace have been released by the U.S. government, but achieving the goals will require “predictable and reliable” funding for the NextGen airspace modernization program, cautions FAA Administrator Michael Huerta. Three related documents were released last week: the FAA’s first annual road map for civil unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) integration; the Transportation Department’s UAS comprehensive plan and ...
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