Attorney: FAA’s small UAS rule gives operators more flexibility

June 22, 2016 By Patrick C. MIller
UAS Magazine

The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) final regulations for small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) provide increased operational flexibility that will lead to more competition from businesses entering the field, according to UAS attorney James Mackler.

“One of the takeaways is that there’s a ton more flexibility under these rules—both in the way they’re written and the opportunity for interpretation and waivers—than there was under the Section 333 exemptions,” he explained.

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