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Amazon Gets FAA Approval For Drone DeliveriesThe US Federal Aviation Administration on Saturday issued Amazon Prime Air a "Part 135 air carrier certificate," allowing it to begin commercial drone deliveries in the US. (www.cnet.com) More...
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I just don’t get it... there’s a full assault on air ride sharing - primarily on the grounds that it’s revenue generating - (UberAir type businesses) by the FAA and multiple campaigns to mitigate manned aircraft vs unmanned accidents - then they go approve this - revenue generating drone army.
Going to get really interesting in the future as they work the bugs out, especially about passing over or close by "sensitive" locations.
Yeah, like delivering from Las Vegas to Rachel, NV via Area 51.
Wonder what the law is regarding found goods. If a person finds a drone and it's package down in a field, is it finders keepers?
same as when someone finds your car, unoccupied, parked on the side of the road...
Another package pirates can use possibly in cahoots with Amazon. They would consider it a delivery.