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  • FAA: Don’t post drone videos on YouTube

    WASHINGTON — Posting drone footage on YouTube apparently runs afoul of the Federal Aviation Administration’s rules against commercial use of drones. A Tampa-based drone hobbyist, Jayson Hanes, recently received a letter from the FAA, warning…

  • Column: Understanding the new FAA drone regulations

    Q: Do the new FAA regulations mean I can finally use a drone in my real estate business soon? A: The Federal Aviation Administration on Sunday unveiled its proposed regulation for “unmanned aircraft systems” (UAS),…

  • Amazon threatens to abandon U.S. delivery drone testing

    Amazon is warning the Federal Aviation Administration it plans to move more of its drone testing overseas if the FAA doesn\’t grant quick permission to test outdoor flights.

  • Former transportation official: FAA should address battery dangers

    A former U.S. Department of Transportation official says a missing Malaysian Airlines plane was transporting lithium rechargeable batteries, which can trigger fires and explosions if improperly shipped.

  • Lawsuits challenge FAA drone, model aircraft rules

    JOAN LOWY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Model aircraft hobbyists, research universities and commercial drone interests filed lawsuits Friday challenging a government directive that they say imposes tough new limits on the use of model…

  • Virginia Tech marks start of drone research

    BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — State and federal leaders are marking the start of research on unmanned aircraft systems being done at Virginia Tech. Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and others…

  • Central NY airport new site for drone safety tests

    ROME, N.Y. (AP) — Federal regulators have approved drone research flights at a central New York airport, one of six sites nationally chosen to assess the safety of the aerial robots in already busy skies.…

  • FAA lifts ban on U.S. flights to and from Israel

    The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its restrictions on U.S. airline flights into and out of Ben Gurion Airport.

  • Hot air balloon crashes into power lines, 5 hurt

    A hot air balloon crashed into power lines in a Massachusetts neighborhood, injuring five people on board.

  • Hot air balloon crashes into power lines, 5 hurt

    A hot air balloon crashed into power lines in a Massachusetts neighborhood, injuring five people on board.

  • Smithsonian to fly drones for ‘future’ festival

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is getting some competition from the Smithsonian Institution in testing personal delivery drones for the future. Smithsonian magazine is hosting its second “The Future is Here” festival this…

  • FBI tries shooting down laser strikes with cash

    The FBI, FAA and pilots are hoping cash will induce people to report incidents of handheld lasers being pointed at aircraft.

  • Flights resume after lightning strikes at BWI

    All flights in and out of Baltimore Washington International Airport have been temporarily suspended due to a possible lightning strike.

  • Drones expected to be farmers of the future (Video)

    When the Federal Aviation Administration allows commercial drones to fly in the U.S., the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International expects them to have an $82 billion impact on the economy over a decade, with most of that in the agriculture industry.

  • Warner: FAA deal a mixed bag

    Virginia Sen. Mark Warner says a piecemeal approach to the sequester isn\’t going to help lawmakers agree to a grand deal that would address the nation\’s budget problems.