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Examiner Editorial: Why does the FAA continue to dawdle on glider rule?

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Since Michael Huerta became administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration on New Year's Day, the agency has issued new regulations on a wide range of issues, including pilot qualification, occupational safety rules for working in an aircraft and how to integrate “unmanned systems” — i.e. drones — with U.S. airspace. It is a telling example of federal priorities that when it comes to...

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