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The FAA has been voicing its concerns over the threat posed by drones to airplanes for a while now. Nobody likes the idea of something damaging an aircraft they’re travelling through the sky in so of course people welcomed efforts by the organization to curb any accidents. However, a recent study by George Mason University’s Mercatus Center has shown that the FAA may have been exaggerating the risks. Despite what you might assume, there hasn’t actually been any incidents of a drone striking an aircraft just yet. Everything the FAA has suggested regarding regulations has been based on reports of alleged near…

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