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OOPs—Where It Is, Keeping Up with the FAA’s Rule Changes

Updated: Apr 27

This article addresses the Federal Aviation Administration's crawl-walk-run approach to unmanned aircraft system (UAS) integration in the national airspace (NAS) in relation to the final rule on Operation of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Over People (OOP) on January 15, 2021. It outlines FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 107-2A, required training for these ops and several other policy pieces that need to fall into place such as means of compliance (MOC) and remote identification (RID) tech are holding up full operationalization.

Topics: Operations over people, night operations, drones, AC-1072A, Part 107, operations over moving vehicles, means of compliance, MOC, declarations of compliance, DOC

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