FAA is reluctant to grant UAVs airspace in North Dakota

09/14/2010 | Minnesota Public Radio

The Federal Aviation Administration said the agency is not ready to grant airspace for unmanned aerial vehicles in North Dakota. The U.S. military requested an area measuring 35 miles by 45 miles for UAVs. "These are unusual vehicles to enter in to the national airspace system; they were designed for typically the war theater," said Hank Krakowski, head of the FAA's air traffic arm.

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