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The changes reflects the ongoing international efforts to harmonize AOM around the world.
More than 2,700 laser-strike incidents have been reported so far this year.
John Di Bert becomes the third UTC executive to take a senior position at Bombardier this year.
The two-seat glider is pressurized to fly at the edge of space, which it will reach by riding stratospheric mountain waves.
Known for challenging the FAA's first enforcement action against a drone operator, Schulman joins other experts hired by the drone industry.
Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) workshops being held in Asia-Pacic and Pan-America.
The NTIA will convene interested parties to develop best practices for drone 'privacy, accountability and transparency.'
The agricultural flying sector recorded only 13 accidents from May 2014 to April 2015.
The agency seeks to clarify the current guidance.
Comments are now due September 8.