Hey, if you own a drone, maybe don't fly it over an airplane filled with passengers?
The FAA is investigating a video that seems to show a drone's close call with a commercial airliner landing at McCarran International Airport near Las Vegas, according to the local CBS affiliate.
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Flying a drone near an airport is definitely not allowed by the FAA.
Short of cellular voice calls at any time while flying, U.S. airline passengers will be allowed to use personal electronic devices more often on planes. Devices must be stowed during actual take-off and landing but the FAA says any ...
Pilots did not take evasive action but drone came within 100 feet of one airplane.
A dramatic drone video has emerged showing a close encounter with a Frontier Airlines jet approaching Last Vegas McCarran airport.
No, it's not legal, but that didn't stop someone from taking a remote joyride on McCarran International Airport's flight path.