FAA Issues Waivers For Parachute-Equipped Drones

Credit: ParaZero Drone Safety Systems
The FAA this month has issued multiple waivers allowing operators to fly parachute-equipped drones over people, flights that are normally prohibited because of the risk of injuring bystanders.The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) on June 25 announced that it has received a four-year...

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