More than Half a Dozen New Organizations Commit to Spreading the Word about Safe and Responsible Flying WASHINGTON — The Know Before You Fly campaign today announced a broad list of new supporters, including leading aviation associations—Airlines for America (A4A), the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). In
Hobbico recently announced its support for Know Before You Fly, an educational campaign developed to give anyone planning to fly unmanned aircraft — including R/C model drones — the information required to do so safely and responsibly. Read more here.
The future of aviation undoubtedly includes Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), remotely piloted aircraft often referred to as drones. That said, it is important to remember that airspace is shared space – U.S. airlines alone operate nearly 30,000 flights per day – and it is imperative that safety remains the number one priority for all of
AUVSI, AMA and the Small UAV Coalition in partnership with the FAA promote safe and responsible flying Ontario, Calif.—The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) announced its support of the new UAS safety campaign, “Know Before You Fly,” today during the 2015 Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Expo. The campaign provides prospective operators of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)
AUVSI, AMA and the Small UAV Coalition in partnership with the FAA promote safe and responsible flying LAS VEGAS—The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced its support of the new UAS safety campaign, “Know Before You Fly,” today during the 2015 International CES®. The campaign provides prospective operators of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) with the information and
Leading UAS organizations seek to promote safe and responsible flying in partnership with the FAA WASHINGTON – Leading unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry and hobbyist groups, along with the federal government, today launched a new education campaign titled “Know Before You Fly,” which provides prospective operators with the information and guidance they need to fly
Media Advisory: Leading UAS Organizations and the FAA to Launch UAS Safety Campaign, December 22 At 11:00 A.M. ET
WASHINGTON – On Monday, Dec. 22, leading unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry and hobbyist groups, along with the FAA, will host a teleconference to announce a new safety campaign. Just in time for the holidays, the UAS campaign will provide prospective users of the technology with the information they need to fly safely and responsibly.