Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories April 9

Drone solution company uAvionix has just announced its ping200X drone transponder has received FAA TSO certification, making it the first to do so. The transponder allows drones to meet the requirements of global controlled airspace.

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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories April 2

As the weather has many pilots dusting off their drones and charging up their batteries, the FAA has a couple of important reminders: Ensure that your drone is registered, and avoid flying near stadiums.

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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories March 18

The owner of a business specializing in First Person View drone products and accessories has launched an action challenging the validity of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Remote ID Rule. It’s a significant move, with implications for everyone who flies a drone or RC aircraft.

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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories March 16

NASA recently got through the final stage of its drone testing program to find the best solution to allow drones to fly in crowded airspace. The testing is in partnership with the FAA and three industry partners to show potential commercial applications using different size drones in various locations and different airspace classes.

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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories March 5

The FAA has announced that the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will be one of five to test out its counter-drone tech as it hopes to install it at every airport in the country. The airport has seen drones in the past, making it the perfect place to test the technology.

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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Stories February 22

The FAA is moving ahead with its plans for a nation-wide system to train and test all recreational drone pilots. The Recreational UAS Safety Test, or TRUST, must be given by a qualified entity or person, and at no charge.

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