U.K. Fine ‘Sends A Message’ On Recreational UAS Use

A man has been fined for flying a small unmanned aircraft over an amusement park in the U.K., in a case the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) says sends a message to recreational users that such devices are subject to aviation rules. In the U.K., as well as the U.S. and elsewhere, there is increasing...

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