US, European Air-Safety Agencies Follow Different Paths on Drone Regulation

WASHINGTON—Europe’s commercial-drone industry likely faces slower growth and tighter initial safety restrictions than U.S. operators, based on comments by the head of the European Aviation Safety Agency.

In an interview Wednesday during a U.S.-European air-safety conference here, executive director Patrick Ky sketched out a more conservative vision for overseeing the burgeoning realm of unmanned aircraft than regulatory plans evolving on this side of the Atlantic.

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