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Drone Activity Halts Newark Airport Flights

Last week, reports of “drone activity” temporarily halted flights at the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had to briefly hold arrivals due to “reports of drone activity north of the airport earlier that evening.” The airport had to coordinate with the FAA and federal law enforcement authorities to … Continue Reading

FAA Plans to Bring LAANC to 500 More Airports by Next Month

On March 6, 2018, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced the nationwide expansion of its Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) to 500 more airports, and include 300 air traffic control facilities as well as open up 78,000 miles of previously restricted airspace to commercial drone flights. Under FAA Part 107 drone regulations, operators … Continue Reading

To Travel With My Laptop …or Not!

Tricky decision to make if you are among the millions that travel for work…. how safe is it? Will the new “laptop travel ban” affect me? What airports am I connecting through that are of concern?  Is public Wi-Fi secure? Did that person just look over my shoulder (a.k.a. Shoulder Surfing) while I was opening … Continue Reading

The ‘Silicon Valley’ for UAS: From New York’s Griffiss International Airport to Hancock International Airport, UAS are Welcome

From the Griffiss International Airport in Rome, New York to the Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, New York, unmanned aerial systems (UAS or drones) may freely fly the 50-mile stretch in an effort to increase technological advancement for developers of UAS. Executive Director of the NUAIR Alliance, Larry Brinker, says that “companies are going to … Continue Reading
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