WASHINGTON—The Commercial Drone Alliance (CDA) is calling on the FAA and the White House to speed the development of regulations allowing the commercial use of large unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). The nonprofit organization has written letters requesting “regulatory certainty” for large UAS to U.S. FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, who was sworn in Aug. 12 as the agency’s 18th administrator, and Michael Kratsios, recently confirmed to lead the White House Office ...

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