High-Flying Drone Industry Faces Getting Wings Clipped
(Beijing) — Civil aviation and commerce officials in China take undisguised pride in the nation’s status as the source of about 70% of all drones sold worldwide every year, but recent drone scares at a major airport could have sparked a regulatory reset for rules regarding unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
“The Ministry of Information and Technology (MIIT) has been delighted to see the development of commercial drones,” said a government source, adding that the ministry “attaches great importance to China’s edge in this emerging field.”
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