FAA will likely miss 2015 deadline to let companies fly drones, report says

The Federal Aviation Administration likely won’t be ready to let commercial drones take to the skies in September 2015, despite a recent law directing it to do so, a government audit has found. The report, released last week by the Department of Transportation’s inspector general’s office, found that the FAA is “significantly behind schedule” and that there are still “significant technological, regulatory, and management barriers” preventing the FAA from integrating drones into the national airspace.

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