What could be the next development in commercial unmanned aircraft is gathering pace with flight testing of vehicles targeted at the cargo-hauling market. Larger than the FAA’s current 55-lb. limit on commercial drones, these vehicles are aimed at enabling new rapid logistics services. The emerging market has attracted startups such as Elroy Air, Natilus and Sabrewing Aircraft, but also industry leaders such as Boeing and Bell, which see potential in larger, more complex and capable ...

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