Congress is pushing for a simple and quick solution to illegal incursions by unmanned aircraft into airspace around airports, proposing ideas ranging from forcing buyers to register their UAVs to mandatory jail sentences for reckless operators. The central theme of a grueling hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure’s aviation subcommittee on Oct. 7 was the rapid raise in pilot reports of UAV sightings, particularly within airspace around airports. Deputy Administrator ...

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