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Hunan province launches first trial for all-area, low-altitude flights

07/19/2021| 1:07:00 PM|

In September 2020, Hunan was approved as the country's first pilot province for low-altitude airspace management reform.

Central China's Hunan Province became the country's first pilot province for all-area, low-altitude flights on Sunday, marking a major step in China's long-term development plan for its domestic civil aviation industry with more aircraft and airports. 

Hunan will accumulate experience from trials in communication coverage surveyed by aircraft, low-altitude airspace supervision and low-altitude airspace operation management in airspace that is below 3,000 meters, providing a theoretical basis for the opening up of low-altitude airspace nationwide, said the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

Hunan will achieve full coverage of low-altitude manned aircraft monitoring and communication by the end of August, and it will start the construction of a comprehensive monitoring platform for unmanned aircraft management and control.

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