Congress is pushing for a simple and quick solution to illegal incursions by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) into airspace around airports at a hearing Oct. 7. Some ideas it is proposing range from forcing buyers to register their drones to mandatory jail sentences for reckless operators. The House Transportation and Infrastructure’s aviation subcommittee hearing in response to the rapid rise in pilot reports of UAV sightings, particularly within airspace around airports. Deputy ...

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