FAA Releases its Roadmap to UAS Integration

Nov. 7, In a speech to the Aerospace Industries Association, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta announced FAA’s long awaited and overdue Roadmap for “Integration of Civil Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System (NAS)”.

Michael Huerta“The American aerospace industry is eager to support the integration into our domestic airspace of UAS systems that will help save and improve lives in a variety of ways… We’re very pleased that through this roadmap and other actions, FAA is making significant progress toward meeting the congressional mandate of UAS domestic integration by 2015. This is a major step forward for realizing the full promise of aviation’s next great frontier.” … Marion C. Blakey


Arlington, Va. – The Aerospace Industries Association lauded the Federal Aviation Administration’s announcement of the agency’s Roadmap for “Integration of Civil Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System (NAS).” FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta addressed the roadmap—which outlines the concrete actions needed to enable UAS integration into the NAS—at a Civil UAS Forum Thursday hosted by AIA’s President and Chief Executive Officer Marion C. Blakey.

Click the link below to read the related documents

FAA’s Press Release and Michael Huearta’s Prepare Remarks

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Comprehensive Plan
A Report on the Nation’s UAS Path Forward

Integration of Civil Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS) Roadmap

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