FAA Under The Gun To Issue SUAS Rule

Credit: Deutsche Post DHL
A U. S. judge's decision to overturn the FAA's first fine for operating an unmanned aircraft commercially is being described as a “self-inflicted wound,” resulting from the agency's failure to put in place regulations to govern the use of small civil UAVs. The FAA has appealed the ruling, by...

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