Australia Proposes Removing Oversight From Smallest UAVs

With more than 100 unmanned aircraft operators already approved in Australia, the country’s Civil Aviation Safety Agency (CASA) is proposing that remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) weighing less than 2 kg (4.4 lb.) be exempted from requirements for pilot and operator certificates. The noticed of...

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