Nearly 200 encounters with remotely piloted aircraft, ranging from amusing to chillingly dangerous, were reported to the FAA between February and November of 2014, according to a report at AOPA.org. Writer Jim Moore notes that a list published by a New Orleans television station May 26 documents the growing use of drones — authorized and otherwise — and their infiltration of the National Airspace System. Many of the reports document troubling encounters, he reports, including unmanned aircraft flying near manned aircraft, airports, or navigation aids. Read the full story here.
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