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CASA steps up the battle against drones

Old 3rd Oct 2021, 07:15
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CASA steps up the battle against drones

Well it's more effective than trained dogs!

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Old 3rd Oct 2021, 09:39
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CASA is hardly trying to stamp them out, although I'm sure the OP was making that remark tongue in cheek. I recently read that there are now 30,000 registered commercial drones in Australia, compared to 15,000 registered aircraft.

Given that there still appear to be some unregistered drones about, I wonder what the true figure is?

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Old 3rd Oct 2021, 12:28
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Originally Posted by chimbu warrior View Post
CASA is hardly trying to stamp them out, although I'm sure the OP was making that remark tongue in cheek. I recently read that there are now 30,000 registered commercial drones in Australia, compared to 15,000 registered aircraft.

Given that there still appear to be some unregistered drones about, I wonder what the true figure is?
Add two, unregistered and staying that way.
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