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6 Facts To Know About the Amazon Drones

6 Facts To Know About the Amazon Drones
Amazon has asked the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for an exemption from rules prohibiting the use of drones...
Read more Jul 11 2014, 8:05am CDT
 

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Drones: 1, FAA: 0

Drones: 1, FAA: 0
An administrative judge invalidated a fine yesterday against an individual who used a small drone for the commercial...
Read more Mar 7 2014, 5:31am CST
 

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Experienced skydiver from Boston dies during jump

Source: 49 News Topeka

PEPPERELL, Mass. (AP) — Police say an experienced Boston skydiver has died during a jump, and it’s unclear whether his equipment malfunctioned. Police say that 37-year-old Daniel Pelrine died Sunday morning at the Skydive Pepperell Center. Police say Pelrine died at the scene of blunt trauma. He was a resident of the Boston neighborhood Mattapan. The ...
Full article at: 49 News Topeka 3 days ago, 2:37pm CDT
 

This Lawyer Says Beer-Delivery Drone Should Be Free To Fly

This Lawyer Says Beer-Delivery Drone Should Be Free To Fly
A Minnesota beer company had two ideas: one good and one brilliant. The good idea was to deliver beer to ice-fishers...
Read more Feb 4 2014, 8:47am CST
 

Post offices caught refusing mail to Israel

Source: WND

(THEHILL) — The U.S. Postal Service on Thursday apologized to customers who were wrongly told that the conflict in Gaza prevented mail from being sent to Israel, after complaints from a prominent Jewish group. In a statement, the agency said it did not temporarily suspend mail delivery to Israel on July 22 and 23, when the Federal Aviation Administration had implemented a flight ban to the country. But a USPS spokeswoman also acknowledged that ...
Full article at: WND 3 days ago, 9:40am CDT
 

The FAA Says You Can't Share Your Airplane

Source: Fast Company

The sharing economy runs into some trouble taking to the skies.Ah, the sharing economy. You can share rides to the office. You can share apartments. You can even share boats. What you can't share, though, is your airplane, should you be lucky enough to own one.Read Full Stor ...
Full article at: Fast Company 5 days ago, 11:19am CDT
 

Feds announce test sites for drone aircraft

Feds announce drone testing sites in Alaska, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Texas, Virginia LAS VEGAS (...
Read more Dec 30 2013, 10:51am CST
 

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Pilots banned from acting like Uber drivers in the sky

Source: Engadget

"You're going to Napa in your Cessna? Me too! If you let me hop in, I'll pay my share of the gas!" That arrangement is legal, but the FAA has declared that connecting brave passengers with amateur pilots for a fee is def ...
Full article at: Engadget 6 days ago, 7:10am CDT
 

Five Arkansas airports awarded $1.2 million in federal funds

Source: Arkansas News Bureau

LITTLE ROCK — U.S. Senators Mark Pryor, D-Ark., and John Boozman, R-Ark, and U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, R-Little Rock, announced Thursday that five Arkansas airports will receive more than $1.2 million from the Federal Aviation Administra ...
Full article at: Arkansas News Bureau 6 days ago, 4:49pm CDT
 

Amazon Celebrates FAA Decision with Big Kindle Sale

Amazon Celebrates FAA Decision with Big Kindle Sale
Amazon offers only today 15% off select Kindle eBook readers and tablets, celebrating the FAA decision to allow use of electronic devices during takeoff.
Read more Nov 4 2013, 8:47am CST
 


 

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