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US to allow drones on low, daytime flights

Allowing small unmanned aircraft to be flown for business purposes in the US may produce US$100 million or more in economic benefits, says an FAA analysis

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The first commercial drones in the US will have to stay lower than 500 feet (152.4m) and within sight of an operator, and fly during daytime only, federal regulators say.

Washington

THE first commercial drones in the US will have to stay lower than 500 feet (152.4m) and within sight of an operator, and fly during daytime only, federal regulators say.

An economic analysis to justify opening the nation's skies to small commercial unmanned aircraft,

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