American Aerospace BVLOS

NJIT Test Flight 3

American Aerospace’s RS 16 in Cape May

American Aerospace announced that they successfully had a BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight) test for energy industry inspections.

I wrote about American Aerospace some time ago when they had a test flight on a bitter cold day in Cape May, NJ in January 2015.  The flight was by their RS-20, a slightly larger version of the RS-16 I saw in Cape May (a photo of which is the basis for the Duke of Drones Logo), and utilized a new COA issued to the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership (who we met at XPONENTIAL 2016).  The flight was out of Farmville, Virginia Regional Airport.

NJIT Test Flight 9Congrats to David Yoel, MAAP, and the American Aerospace team!

 

 

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