FAA Proposes Amending UAS Certification Procedures

The FAA has proposed amending its certification procedures so it can issue design approvals for some unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) as a “special class” of aircraft. The agency’s current Part 21 rule requires applicants for type certification, or design, approval of a new aircraft to show it...

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