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U.S. state governments should help break a regulatory logjam that currently bans aerial drones from delivering packages, filming movies and monitoring crops and pipelines, officials from a state with extensive drone experience said on Sunday.
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The United States government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places.
FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen says the agency had no immediate report on the fate of those aboard and no further information on their identities, saying her information was preliminary.
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Emergency crews, including Maine State Police and the Federal Aviation Administration, are responding to a plane crash in the woods near the Limington-Harmon Airport.
Online giant Amazon has sought permission for drone test flights in the United States, saying it is moving forward on plans for deliveries using the unmanned aircraft.
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A new advertising company is flying high with their new strategy to target customers in Las Vegas.
San Diego Gas and Electric has become the first utility in the nation to get approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to test unmanned aircraft to check transmission lines.
Some students at a local school that trains air traffic controllers are getting bad news: rejections from the FAA because of a new way of hiring.
A United Airlines airliner flying from Honolulu to Guam was diverted to Midway because of a reported odor in the cabin or cockpit, FAA spokesman Allen Kenitzer said Saturday.
Spokeswoman Tyri Squyres says Friday night's lightning strike damaged the airplane's weather radar.
Unmanned aircraft may still be most associated with weapons of war, but that's quickly changing - and not just because of cool fireworks videos.
Amazon says its much-hyped delivery drones are ready to hit the skies, and the company's asking the FAA for permission to begin testing outdoors with flights near Seattle.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating several videos filmed using drones that flew into and around firework displays, including two apparently shot on the Fourth of July and one from Florida that has received nearly nine million YouTube views.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved an Orlando International Airport request to construct a new intermodal center and people mover, as well as future airport expansion.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 06:01 am
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