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FAA Slaps Drone Pilot With $182,000 Proposed Fine

Drone Magazine     •     December 21, 2020, 9:33 pm
The story has been going around the internet recently that the Federal Aviation Administration has proposed to fine a drone pilot $182,000. The FAA was gracious enough to give me a copy of the…
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