The October 2017 collision between a small unmanned aircraft and a Beech King Air operating a commercial charter flight into Quebec City highlights the risks unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs) pose to Canadian airspace users, and pending rules may not be enough to mitigate that risk to an acceptable level, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) has warned. “We believe the incident and [US Transportation Safety Board, or TSB] report signal a need for Transport Canada (TC) to reevaluate ...

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