Amazon, Google Want Changes To Low-Altitude Airspace For UAS
Amazon and Google are proposing changes to low-altitude airspace to enable widespread use of small unmanned aircraft, including for package delivery. Central to both proposals is allowing private-sector entities, rather than the FAA, to manage airspace operations. Amazon proposes segregating...
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