FAA delays rules for drone use in US airspace

As demand increases for using drones in law enforcement and the commercial world, the agency plans to propose new regulations


Palm Beach Post

LOS ANGELES — New rules for operating small drones in U.S. airspace have been delayed by the Federal Aviation Administration, which has been weighing for years how to regulate these unmanned aircraft over populated areas.

Currently, drones are not allowed to fly in the U.S. except with special permission from the FAA.

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