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Astral Aviation advocates commercial UAV use

Posted 27 April 2016 · Add Comment

Astral Aviation's CEO, Sanjeev Gadhia, has advocated the use of commercial UAV's and discusses the new air service regulations for drones.

Gadhia has said that the carrier is looking to invest USD500,000 into drone technology which could be used to deliver small amounts of cargo to remote areas, eTurbo News has reported.
 
Gadhia hopes that by 2017 the legal and regulatory framework will be in place for commercial UAV operation.

    

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