FAA reaches critical milestone on the road to UAS type certification

Today, 20 November 2020, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published the first batch of proposed airworthiness standards for type certification of six different unmanned aircraft system (UAS) models for public comment.

The publication of the proposed airworthiness standards (also known as a "G-1 Issue Paper") is an essential regulatory step that needs to occur before the FAA can issue a type certificate for a UAS. It is a critical development because this means the FAA is on the verge of issuing the first-ever standard type certificates for UAS.

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