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{{Quote|would not require a pilot; it would be able to operate independently within civil airspace, interacting with air traffic controllers and other pilots just as if a human pilot were on board and in command.<ref>[[Autonomy Research for Civil Aviation: Toward a New Era of Flight]], at 2.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|would not require a pilot; it would be able to operate independently within civil airspace, [[interact]]ing with [[air traffic controller]]s and other pilots just as if a human pilot were on board and in command.<ref>[[Autonomy Research for Civil Aviation: Toward a New Era of Flight]], at 2.</ref>}}
   
 
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== References ==

Revision as of 15:51, 25 June 2014

Definition

A fully autonomous aircraft

would not require a pilot; it would be able to operate independently within civil airspace, interacting with air traffic controllers and other pilots just as if a human pilot were on board and in command.[1]

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