More Experimental PMAs Likely

More Experimental PMAs Likely »

Owners of certified aircraft could soon have affordable access to a wide range of cutting-edge technology now reserved for the amateur built market thanks to an emerging joint effort by EAA and the FAA.

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Drone Company Settles With $200,000 Fine

Drone Company Settles With $200,000 Fine »

A Chicago company that has used drones for aerial photography for more than 20 years has agreed to pay a $200,000 fine for violating airspace regulations for 65 flights that occurred between 2012 and 2015 in heavily populated areas of Chicago and New York.

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Red Bull Back To San Diego

Red Bull Back To San Diego »

The Red Bull Air Races will return to San Diego this year with an early spring date. The second race of the year will be held in the southern California city April 15-16.

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