Pilot license no longer needed to fly drones in the US

30/08/16

Tags: Regulations

New regulations concerning the use of commercial drones are coming into effect today in the United States, replacing the need for an expensive Pilot License, with a drone specific knowledge exam. First exams launch today, and over 3300 prospective pilots have already signed up. The regulations are a major milestone providing a legal framework for other countries to follow, making drone usage both accessible and legal.

Source: faa.gov | money.cnn.com

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