WASHINGTON—Settling a debate that arose last year within its Drone Advisory Committee (DAC), FAA in a policy statement said it has exclusive authority over aircraft operations—including unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)—within navigable airspace, although it allows that state and local governments can regulate landing sites. Flight paths, altitudes or operational bans within navigable airspace—defined by federal regulation as airspace at or above prescribed minimum ...

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