Deciding on a Drone

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  • instafollowergratis.com on June 13, 2019

    Per current laws, the FAA has sole jurisdiction over all U.S. airspace. This means that individual states and municipalities are not allowed to created their own “drone bans” or other airspace restrictions. However, the FAA has given limited pushback to states enacting their own drone-related laws, and there are numerous indications that the states will be officially given more power in this regard in the near future. The Drone Federalism Act of 2017 is currently making its way through U.S. Congress and would give individual states the authority to regulate airspace up to 200 feet, while still allowing the FAA jurisdiction over higher altitudes.

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