Most Drones in Controlled Airspace Lack FAA Approval

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Most Drones in Controlled Airspace Lack FAA Approval

Most Drones in Controlled Airspace Lack FAA Approval and a Third Fly Too High, Researchers Report A dangerously close encounter between a camera drone and six F/A-18 Hornets flying in formation during a recent U.S. Navy Blue Angels demonstration over Detroit, Mich., confirms the latest aviation safety research released by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The study, published in

Most Drones in Controlled Airspace Lack FAA Approval
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