Delay of this NPRM is not good for US manufacturers, the FAA and its employees.
Some stories are too well written and too interesting to be the basis of some analysis here; so here is Michael Byrne’s story verbatim from Motherboard.
Simple affixing of small numbers on the side of distant, fast moving drones is, at best, a Band Aid response.
A pilot tosses a turkey out of an airplane, but it may be legal if “reasonable precautions” were taken.
GAO report on whether there is adequate insurance coverage for General Aviation aircraft.
Why has the FAA discontinued their applicability to GA aircraft?
The competition parameters were that the aircraft would be flying in 2020 and operate with the same economics of a standard piston-engine craft. The five top proposals are shown above.
This story is an example of the ordinary behavior of the thousands of NBAA members working for companies of all sizes, all across the country.