Small Drones Aren’t a Threat to Airplanes If You Don’t Fly Them Near Airports

Written by Jason Koebler ​The Federal Aviation Administration has taken far too long to write and release its commercial drone regulations. So, a lawyer went and wrote some for the agency. Today, a drone trade group called the UAS America Fund and Brendan Schulman, the country’s foremost drone lawyer, filed an official regulatory framework with […]

Drone Lobby Taking Flak from the FAA

by John Sugden on November 26, 2014 The lobbying effort to allow commercial drone use looks set to take a major hit, with the Federal Aviation Administration planning to issue a series of long-awaited regulations as soon as the end of December. And given what the FAA will be proposing, according to a report this […]