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Insurance industry reacts to new FAA commercial drone rules

An insurance industry group has voiced its support for new commercial drone rules issued by the federal government Tuesday.

The new guidelines allow businesses to use small drones under 55 pounds, they can be flown below 400 feet during daytime hours only, and must remain at least five miles from an airport. Operators are requied to be at least sixteen years of age and have passed a written test.

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