Destined for UK, Certifiable Predator B Makes First Flight

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) has taken the next step in development of its Predator unmanned aircraft family, flying a version designed to meet NATO and eventually civil airworthiness requirements. The Type-Certifiable Predator B (TCPB) flew for the first time on Nov. 17 from the...

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