Airline passengers may not realize that U.S. government regulatory waivers allowing package-delivery companies to fly drones in airspace shared with airplanes could deliver significant safety risks on their next flight.  The FAA is being pressured to circumvent the normal regulatory process and approve private companies’ one-off requests to operate drones exempt from federal safety rules. As the world’s largest nongovernmental aviation safety organization, the Air Line ...

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