LONDON—Organizations representing manufacturers of small unmanned air vehicles and those operating them have criticized a UK government report into the risks associated with collisions between the systems and manned aircraft. The July report—commissioned by the UK Department for Transport, Military Aviation Authority and British Airline Pilots Association—said that consumer drones could cause more damage to aircraft structures than a bird of similar mass, because of the ...

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