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When drones were first becoming popular there were concerns about drones flying into restricted air space, interfering with emergency services, flying into crowds or buildings, or yet other dangerous behaviors. Who was allowed to fly drones, when and where was still being sorted out by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Over time progress has been made. 

This Saturday, June 18, has been designated Drone Safety Day by the FAA. The day is dedicated to helping the drone community understand the importance of flying safely, and through events of the day will highlight the societal, economic, and safety benefits of drones. Drones, or unmanned aircraft, are the fastest growing segment of aviation in the United States, with over 860,000 drones registered with the FAA as of January, and more than 260,000 certified remote pilots.

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