EASA Issues Draft Certification Standards For Light UAS

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published proposed airworthiness standards that are designed to help facilitate flights of light unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) over populated areas. Described as objective-based and proportionate to the risk of an operation, the draft “Special...

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