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Flying Magazine

Discover what's new in aircraft evaluation, flying safety, new product development and the latest technology. Since 1927, Flying has been the magazine to inform, educate and entertain pilots. Whether you are a professional pilot for a commercial airline or an owner of a small plane, Flying Magazine covers all the challenges and rewards that aviation offers to all passionate flying enthusiasts. Packed with industry news, updates on regulations, trends, air show and event coverage, and carefully researched reports on all categories of airplanes, helicopters, avionics, products, technology, accessories and equipment. Improve your skills with tips on pilot technique, flight training, safety, weather, operations and maintenance.

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Drones: A Real Threat To Airlines - By Bart


I should like to congratulate Les Abend for once again producing a most informative article with focus on the evolving issues associated with UAV threats from the so called "small group of irresponsible idiots" to aircraft while arriving and departing our airports. Unfortunately, I believe there is a more sinister dimension quickly evolving which may, unintentionally, be overlooked - the utilization of drones by terrorist networks. I would be interested in Mr. Albend's thoughts on this subject.