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Greg McNeal
Tethered drones are technically aircraft & are subject to FAA regulations like any other UAS! --Jim Williams, FAA
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Iain Butler 7 Dec 14
@uavpaul As are paper planes and footballs.
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Iain Butler 7 Dec 14
@uavpaul Do you need a pilots license for a winged parachute? I believe not.
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Iain Butler 7 Dec 14
@uavpaul 160lb person falling from 12,000 feet is safer than 3lb drone at 400 feet?
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Iain Butler 7 Dec 14
Replying to @av8ok
@uavpaul Used to do when I was younger, enjoyed it. Nothing like jumping out of a fully serviceable aircraft.
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Drone Minds 8 Dec 14
That seems a bit silly. They're much more under control and can't fly away, so much safer.
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Viewpoint Aviation 11 Dec 14
True, but existing COA's say gov by dirigible standards, not fixed-wing or helo.
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