Devils Lake Airport one of 50 in nation chosen to be part of new drone program

Now that it should be easier to get authorization to fly drones in the region, progress may be swifter in coming.

Devils Lake Airport has been selected along with 49 other airports around the country to participate in a program that will allow them to receive automated authorization to fly drones in controlled airspace.

Normally, byzantine FAA rules often lead to months-long wait times to fly drones – also known as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) – limiting opportunities for training and other potential applications …

Devil’s Lake (ND) Journal | Aug. 4, 2017

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