Most Drone Flyers Disregard FAA’s System, Study Says

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A new study suggests that most operators disregarded the FAA’s system for authorizing drone flights in controlled airspace when flying near a large central Florida airport. Only 19 of 271—or 7%—of drone flights detected near Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) over 30 days in 2019 could be...

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