FAA Allows Test Sites To Fly UASs Below 200 ft.

Credit: Draganflyer: Draganflyer Innovations
FAA-designated unmanned aircraft system (UAS) test sites have been given blanket authorization to fly small UASs up to 200 ft. altitude in a move to speed research into integrating UASs into national airspace. The new certificates of authorization (COA) will allow UASs up to 55 lb. operated by the...
Graham Warwick

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