Reaction to the FAA’s long-awaited proposed rules for small unmanned aircraft has been guardedly positive, with advocates welcoming the relaxed certification standards but concerned the operating restrictions could hinder commercial use. Associations representing manufacturers, general aviation and airlines welcomed the proposed regulations, but urged the FAA to expedite the final rule, which some estimate could take up to three years because of the large volume of public comments ...

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