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EASA can’t distinguish between “model aircraft” and drones – Wants to make all current systems illegal to fly

This might sound like a click-baity title, but this is essentially what will happen if the current “Prototype regulations” go through. It’s difficult to know just where to begin when trying to describe how ludicrous some of these regulations are. They would essentially outlaw almost every drone currently on the market. The European Aviation Safety Authority also [...] The post EASA can’t distinguish between “model aircraft” and drones – Wants to make all current systems illegal to fly appeared first on DIY Photography.
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