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03.24.17
Airspace rights still unclear after drone lawsuit dismissed
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Airspace rights still unclear after drone lawsuit dismissed

Where you can safely fly a drone, or shoot one down, is still a gray area.

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06.17.15
Amazon's delivery drones could be in the air within a year
06.17.15

Amazon's delivery drones could be in the air within a year

Commercial drone operations like Amazon's highly-touted delivery service could commence in about a...

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05.02.15
New FAA system can track twice as many flights at once
05.02.15

New FAA system can track twice as many flights at once

Whoever said "it's the journey, not the destination" obviously lived in a time before air travel....

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05.01.15
To keep a Boeing Dreamliner flying, reboot once every 248 days
05.01.15

To keep a Boeing Dreamliner flying, reboot once every 248 days

The 787 Dreamliner has been plagued with battery woes since its early days, to the point where the...

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04.09.15
FAA allows AIG to use drones for insurance inspections
04.09.15

FAA allows AIG to use drones for insurance inspections

The Federal Aviation Administration has been rather stingy when it comes to giving companies the O...

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09.25.14
FAA's next traffic control system may not be fit for drones
09.25.14

FAA's next traffic control system may not be fit for drones

Much has changed since the Federal Aviation Administration decided to start testing drones in the...

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