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India's Aviation Safety Rating Gets Upgraded by United States
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DGCA will brief European agency

Following the upgrade of India by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) earlier in April after a safety audit, India is bracing for another audit by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in November 2015 but more immediately, ... Asian Age, 4 hours ago
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Facebook's aerial photo highlights confusion over drone regulations

In releasing a drone photo of its new campus, it appears to have broken two FAA regulations When Facebook expanded into a new campus in late March, the company released a stunning aerial photo of the site captured from a drone. In taking the ...
 Computerworld2 hours ago Facebook's impressive aerial photo highlights confusion over drone regulations  NetworkWorld3 hours ago
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Friday is your last chance to comment on the FAA's drone regulations

The U.S. will take another step towards regular commercial flight of drones on Friday when the Federal Aviation Administration closes a two-month public comment period on proposed rules. Over 3,600 comments have been submitted as part of the ...
 NZ Reseller News4 hours ago FAA Approves Low-Flying Commercial Drones  World Of Concrete2 days ago FAA exempts for commercial operations Service-Drone Eagle V2, Skycrane  Individual.com3 days ago FAA’s Caution Not the Only Obstacle for Drone Delivery  Technology Review India2 months ago
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Feds wrapping up drone comment period

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is wrapping up a comment period on its proposed rules to allow commercial drones that weigh less than 55 pounds to be flown in the U.S. The agency's comment period on the proposal to greatly increase the ...
 The Hill11 hours ago FAA should rethink its rules and unlock commercial drone innovation  The Hill2 days ago FAA releases proposed rules on flying small drones  Electronic Engineering Times2 months ago
Business Standard

DGCA now faces EASA and ICAO test to maintain Grade-1

After the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) there are two more hurdles that Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has to cross. Safety audit by European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) next month followed by overall audit under the eyes of ...
 India Today12 hours ago FAA audit to focus on airlines operation: DGCA  Hindu Business Line18 hours ago Six DGCA chiefs in 7 years worries US FAA  Times of India1 week ago DGCA tells airlines to film crew breath analyser tests  Business Standard3 weeks ago

FAA rules need to look toward future of unmanned aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration right now is considering the rules that will define the future of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). This innovative technology is poised to transform industries, and create several new ones as well, in the same way ...
 The Hill6 hours ago Aero Kinetics Applies for First Multi-Rotor UASType Certificate with FAA  Rotor & Wing4 hours ago First Multi-Rotor Unmanned Aircraft SystemType Certification Filed By Aero Kinetics with the FAA  AviationPros.com7 hours ago First Multi-Rotor Umanned Aircraft System Type Certification Filed By Aero Kinetics With the Federal Aviation Administration  Industrial Info Financials1 day ago
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India cannot be complacent on FAA upgrade: DGCA

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu An Indigo aircraft prepare for takeoff at the IGI airport in New Delhi, despite the turbulence. File Photo: V.V. Krishnan TOPICS Indian aviation sector cannot be complacent after the U.S.
 The Hindu6 hours ago
WashingtonExec

FAA Unions Speak Out Against ATC Privatization

The leaders of seven different FAA unions appealed to House lawmakers to reject efforts to privatize the agency's air traffic control functions. In an April 22 letter to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the union leaders agreed ...
 Aviation International News10 hours ago Air traffic controller union calls for change to FAA funding  Fierce Government2 days ago Serco Gets $187 Million FAA Traffic Control Contracts  Individual.com3 days ago FAA to Upgrade Communications with VoIP  TMC Net4 days ago
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FAA OKs Cumberland firm's use of drones

Cumberland-based firm Sevee & Maher Engineers said it was recently granted an exemption by federal regulators to use an unmanned aerial vehicle for commercial purposes. Sevee & Maher announced earlier this month that it was granted the exemption ...
 Mainebiz8 hours ago FAA to introduce new steps to make it easier for businesses to operate drones: Report  IBN Live1 month ago US FAA plans new steps to speed up commercial drone use: Sources  Economic Times1 month ago 'FAA plans new steps to speed up commercial drone use'  Business Standard1 month ago
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Drone Trade Group Submits Comments on FAA's Proposed Rules for SUASs

 HS Today6 hours ago AUVSI submits comments on FAA's proposed rules for sUAS  Vertical Magazine4 hours ago FAA unveils new drone rules; no night flights  Tech22 months ago Commercial Drones Nearer as Public Reaction Less Than Expected  Washington Post7 hours ago
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