FAA searches for 6 sites to test UAVs

03/14/2012 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Federal Aviation Administration is looking for six sites to test unmanned aerial vehicles. The test sites would allow drones to share airspace with private and commercial aircraft. "The FAA has a proven track record of safely introducing new technology and aircraft into the [national airspace system], and I am confident we will successfully meet the challenges posed by unmanned aircraft system technology," FAA Acting Administrator Michael Huerta said.

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