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  • 2019 FAA Data Optimization Summit Invitation

    Join the FAA and aviation industry representatives for an active dialog to help shape our shared path in modernizing Aeronautical Information (AI) and Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) data. We’ll be talking with the aviation community about how we are modernizing the system and welcoming your feedback on how we can improve it. Join us LIVE on Monday, November 18, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. ET. The event will be live streamed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. For more information: http://bit.ly/2Q2tXkG

    Nov 8, 2019

  • Drones by the Numbers

    Drones are amazing inventions — they're changing the skies and the way we think about the future of flight. At the FAA, we share a common goal to facilitate the safe integration of commercial fleet and recreational drones into the National Airspace System (NAS). Along the way, we're making history in real-time together! Check out the update and success of the UAS industry. #FAA #Drone #DroneWeek #UAS #Pilot #Flight #Airspace #LAANC

    Nov 6, 2019

  • #DroneWeek Kicks Off!

    Bailey Edwards, FAA Assistant Administrator for Policy, International Affairs and Environment, kicks off the week as we highlight drones in public safety. Use the hashtag #DroneWeek and share your stories and successes! Get inspired at http://bit.ly/DroneWeek19.

    Nov 4, 2019

  • #DroneWeek – Recreational Flyers

    Owning a drone can be exciting, and you can now fly your drone recreationally! The recreational use of unmanned aircraft is the operation of a drone for personal interests and enjoyment. There are more than 2,500 model aircraft and community-based organizations across the country. It's never been a more exciting time to fly, and drones are for recreational flying! The FAA calls attention to drone safety during the week of November 4–10, 2019, by promoting YOUR safety stories, successes, events, and educational programs! Share your story using the #DroneWeek hashtag and review the playbook to participate further: http://bit.ly/NDSAW2019

    Nov 1, 2019

  • #DroneWeek – Education & STEM

    Drones are inspiring students to study science, technology, engineering, and math! They capture stunning aerial photography, aid in online shopping delivery, rescue lost hikers, bring innovative solutions to agricultural issues, and more. In short, drones are cementing themselves as incredibly versatile tools, and they provide high school and college students with hands-on experience in emerging technologies. Drones are for students, education, and STEM! The FAA calls attention to drone safety during the week of November 4–10, 2019, by promoting YOUR safety stories, successes, events, and educational programs! Share your story using the #DroneWeek hashtag and review the playbook to participate further: http://bit.ly/NDSAW2019

    Nov 1, 2019

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