Conflict over how to manage our air traffic control (ATC) system is still up in the air. The solution, however, is quite simple. In this article, we share the details.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finalized the first operational rules for routine commercial use of small drones, opening pathways towards fully integrating them into US airspace. The rule applies to drones weighing less than 55 pounds.
Presidential candidate and businessman Donald Trump has a paperwork problem. Specifically, an aircraft registration problem. The FAA requires all aircraft be re-registered every three years.
With the steady increase of drones flying above us, the potential for aviation accidents and loss of life will also increase. To prevent these situations, regulatory compliance is required to avoid fines and incarceration.
NextGen is short for Next Generation Air Transportation System, an FAA program developed to modernize today's national airspace system. NextGen includes mandates that impact your aircraft and airspace safety.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced today a web-based registration process for owners of drones weighing less than 55 pounds, including payload. If you are a drone owner, registering your drone is mandatory.