Asleep At The Bait And Switch

What’s that you say? The industry can’t take off until we can file and fly BVLOS? Most of the time it is...

FAA Should Reconsider Michigan for Testing Drones

The Wolverine State offers every class of airspace, long distances over water and enviable rural land mass. The FAA recently rejected Michigan...

The FAA is offering new partnership opportunities to validate key drone technologies

Is your company up for a challenge? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will partner with qualified commercial companies who can match the agency’s $6...

FAA – Mandatory Briefing Item: Pro-Duty Brief – Operational Personnel Sec 349 sUAS Implementation,...

A memo dated the 10th of May and for release on the 16th has started doing the rounds on social media. It...

FAA Statement on UAS Detection Systems at Airports

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) understands airport safety and security concerns raised by the malicious or errant use of unmanned aircraft systems...

FAA – Show Me The Accountability

Next time the FAA says we need data someone needs to speak up about accountability. I used to do it, but I...

Did the Bottom Fall out of the Sky? – Part 107 pilots plummet

sUAS News Twitter followers may have seen me lamenting about some of the latest FOIA requests made by us to the FAA....

National waiver lays out a roadmap for drone integration

“Sometimes it takes a while to solve the hard problems,” Blanks said. “This was a hard problem, but what it shows is...

FAA Selects Kittyhawk as Sole Provider of New B4UFLY Application

Today, Kittyhawk is announcing an exclusive public-private partnership to rejuvenate and lead development of the FAA’s B4UFLY mobile application using Kittyhawk’s Platform...

FAA Makes Major Drone ID Marking Change

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on an...