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  • How to Start a Drone Program

    Public Safety: How to Start a Drone Program Calling all public safety agencies who want to operate a drone, or start a drone program, including law enforcement, fire, and emergency responders — this webinar is for you! In this webinar, FAA experts discuss what is and is not allowed under federal rules to start a drone program. We explain how the FAA is incrementally rolling out changes and what they mean for you when you fly. #PublicSafety #Drone #Airspace #FAA #UAS #Airport #AirTraffic

    Jul 9, 2019

  • How to Fly Your Drone Recreationally

    Recreational Flyers: Fly Safe. Have Fun. New FAA regulations and changes describe how, when, and where you can fly your drone for recreational purposes. You are considered a recreational flyer if you fly your drone for fun, and following these rules will keep you and your drone safe — as well as keep the airspace available to everyone. In this webinar, #FAADroneGuy Kevin Morris explains how the FAA is incrementally rolling out changes and what they mean for you when you fly. #Drone #Pilot #Flight #Airspace #FAA #UAS #AirTraffic #NAS #Airspace

    Jul 1, 2019

  • Regulatory Roadblock Reduction in 57 Seconds

    Leveraging the rapid growth and evolution of technology in the aviation industry can be an important component of reducing general aviation (GA) accidents. The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) believes that the FAA must continue to find ways to help reduce the cost to install safety enhancing technology. Installation of this technology can offer substantial safety benefits, often with minimal risk. The GAJSC also feels that the FAA needs to identify the appropriate level of certification for installation of risk mitigating avionics. Successful integration of this technology may help the GA fleet reap the potential benefit of reward with a balanced risk approach. Download our #FlySafe Fact Sheet: http://bit.ly/2F1nVu9

    Jun 27, 2019

  • Weather Cameras Save Lives in Alaska

    See how the Weather Camera Program has improved safety and efficiency in the state of Alaska.

    Jun 27, 2019

  • A Look Inside Alaska Flight Services

    Travel to Alaska for a look inside the FAA’s Flight Service Stations and learn why pilots depend on them.

    Jun 27, 2019

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