FAA Moves To Speed Start-Up Of Approved UAS Flying

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Operators receiving exemptions from airworthiness requirements to enable low-risk civil unmanned-aircraft (UAS) flights are to receive blanket authorization to fly below 200 ft. altitude under an interim FAA policy to speed the start-up of commercial operations. Previously, operators receiving a so...
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