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Drone officially operated in UK civilian airspace

Old 18th Oct 2015, 21:39
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The challenge of interoperability in controlled airspace is difficult when trying to integrate autonomous & pilotless vehicles (I.e. UAV/RPV/Drone) with aircraft being flown in conjunction with ATC. For a moment, consider an alternate future....with manned & unmanned aircraft all under computer control. Road trials of driverless cars have proved so far that it's the cars with drivers that cause collisions and so it's easier for all vehicles to be automated. Extend that concept to 3D aviation....
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Old 19th Oct 2015, 16:33
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Originally Posted by TCAS FAN
The former Aberporth aerodrome was licensed as a civil aerodrome in 2002, becoming West Wales Airport.
OK I must be a little behind the times, hence googling :-)
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