FAA Approves Use of First-Ever Paper Airplane Drone

FAA Approves Use of First-Ever Paper Airplane DroneUnder FAA requirements, drones may not be operated outside restricted airspace and below 200 feet. This smartphone-controlled paper airplane — also known as the PowerUp 3.0 — has a flight time of 5 to 10 minutes and a range of 180 feet, according to the company. The petition for exemption for the PowerUp 3.0 was filed by Peter Sachs, a lawyer with a concentration in drone law and pilot who wants to use the paper airplane drone to take aerial videos and photos.

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