Remotely controlled aircraft need frequencies in which to operate - and quite a lot of them, if the latest US submission to the World Radiocommunications Conference is to be believed. While the military might play fast and loose with unmanned aerial vehicles - to the point of crashing one or two - civilians tend to be more risk- …
I'll bet the air cargo guys would love this.
No reason for air cargo planes to have live crews aboard even now. That application would be the lowest barrier for UAV entry to commercial aviation.
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