Israel became first country to allow drones in civilian airspace

Israel became first country to allow drones in civilian airspace
Israel becomes the first-ever country to allow drone flights in civilian airspace. The certification was issued to the Hermes Starliner unmanned system by the Israeli Civil Aviation Authority and was manufactured and developed by Elbit Systems, an Israeli defence electronics company.

The UAVs will be used for the benefit of agriculture, the environment, public welfare, economic activity and against crime. For safety reasons, international aviation regulations prohibit uncertified aircraft from flying in civilian airspace, limiting the operation of UAVs to unsegregated airspace.

Israel Capital: Jerusalem
Israel Currency: Israeli Shekel
Israel President: Isaac Herzog
Israel Prime minister: Naftali Bennett.
Israel became first country to allow drones in civilian airspace Israel became first country to allow drones in civilian airspace Reviewed by Santhosh Nair on February 16, 2022 Rating: 5
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