FAA Seeks Largest Fine Yet on Drones in Near-Miss CrackdownBy
Near misses between drones and airliners have surged this year
$1.9 million fine is proposed for Chicago drone operator
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is proposing the largest fine to date against a drone operator as the agency cracks down on the booming use of unmanned aircraft in congested skies over populated areas.
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