Drone Flying Regulations Set to Change
Yellowhead Helicopters (YHL) director of operations, Sean Rickards, was recently interviewed by Prince George’s CKPG-TV regarding the upcoming changes to drone flying regulations. The new Transport Canada aviation regulations are expected to be effective in June 2019. Helicopter pilots are welcoming the new laws, and the improvement to helicopter flying safety.
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Local helicopter pilot welcomes the new laws, as it will increase the overall safety of flying a helicopter.
Posted by Dave Branco on Friday, January 11, 2019
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