FAA proposes to allow drone operation at night
from Geospatial World
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed new rules that would allow small, unmanned drones to fly without a permit over people and even at night. "The department is keenly aware that there are legitimate public concerns about drones, concerning safety, security and privacy," stated U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. According to the FAA report, requests to operate at night are "by far" the FAA's most common waiver request.
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