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NBAA Welcomes Sensible Regulations for Commercial Small UAS Operations

The FAA's new regulations for commercial use of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems reflect NBAA and industry input on balancing safety for manned aircraft and the practical needs of the emerging s-UAS industry.

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Build Internship Program With Assistance From Experts
June 23, 2016

NBAA is launching a new professional development initiative to assist companies interested in expanding internship opportunities. Whether your organization is starting from scratch or looking to improve an existing internship program, let NBAA experts help guide your efforts. Members can send queries to NBAA's new dedicated internship email at internships@nbaa.org for guidance from NBAA's Business Aviation Management Committee. Review NBAA internship resources.

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NBAA Welcomes Sensible Regulations for Commercial Small UAS Operations
June 21, 2016

The FAA has published formal regulations for the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems. Expected to go into effect by late August, the new CFR Part 107 regulations generally follow the agency's 2015 notice of proposed rulemaking, with key differences reflecting input from NBAA and industry stakeholders, such as a lower maximum operating altitude for UAS, below manned aircraft. Review NBAA UAS resources.

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Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. Learn more.

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