Drone Safety, Drunken Behavior Part Of New UK Aviation Strategy

LONDON—The UK is mulling whether to mandate the use of transponders for all objects flying in UK airspace as a means of enabling unmanned air systems (UAS) to safely share airspace. The proposal is one of a number being outlined as part of the UK government’s new Aviation Strategy, which includes...

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