NY Test Site Gets FAA Nod for BVLOS Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approval to the New York UAS Test Site at Griffiss International Airport to fly unmanned aircraft beyond the visual line of sight within the first segment of New York’s 50-Mile Unmanned Aircraft System Corridor, which is being built by Oneida County, NUAIR and New York State.

The office of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo says this is the first

“true” BVLOS authority granted to the FAA-designated test site, which

allows unmanned aircraft testing without the need for ground-based observers.

“The drone corridor...


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