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New Proposed FAA Guidelines for Drones
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DroneGuyEd
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"On Monday, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced in a “sneak preview” that her department would move forward with plans to remove waiver requirements for two key drone operation circumstances: flying after dark and flying over populated areas."


https://techcrunch.com/2019/01/1 ... -night-over-people/

2019-1-14
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DJI Stephen
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Hello and good day DroneGuyEd. Thank you for sharing this very important information with us today and thank you for your support.
2019-1-14
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EdM
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It's about time.   Thanks for posting.
2019-1-14
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Mark The Droner
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Sounds like 107 changes.  What we're waiting for as hobbyists are 101 changes.  Thanks for posting.
2019-1-14
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Woe
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Thanks for sharing
2019-1-14
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jacksonnai
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Thanks for sharing the information!
2019-1-15
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ALABAMA
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I wonder if the 101 changes will be more restrictive.
2019-1-15
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KennyB
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I was about to post this very thing. This is very cool (night operations, flying over people all without waivers for us FAA 107 pilots) this will be great
2019-1-16
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Tree
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may or may not go through, it's a draft and not submitted yet, plus did your read about the faa new 107 training in the draft?
kinda hidden in the proposal

or listen to Paul on Drone U podcast about this...

2019-1-19
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Tree Posted at 1-19 13:44
may or may not go through, it's a draft and not submitted yet, plus did your read about the faa new 107 training in the draft?
kinda hidden in the proposal

Exactly. Government always has hidden legislation and agendas.

I'll check that out. Thanks.
2019-1-19
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KennyB Posted at 1-16 03:56
I was about to post this very thing. This is very cool (night operations, flying over people all without waivers for us FAA 107 pilots) this will be great

I thought of your efforts in all of this when the FAA published it on its website. Unfortunately, sometimes the government creates "loose legislation" in order to further assess, implement impact studies and then promulgate yet more restrictions. If this ever materializes I hope this stifling government tactic is not used but there will undoubtedly be repercussions for all due to those who always abuse the laws.
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