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CAAC to expand flying areas, improve services for low-altitude flights
Published on: 2024-05-23
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The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on Wednesday announced that it will expand the available low-altitude flying areas and improve the approval process, air traffic control, meteorology, communications and surveillance services for low-altitude flight activities.

The CAAC will also improve the infrastructure and operations at airports, build contemporary landing points, optimize the airworthiness standards for aircraft and upgrade the safety supervision system for low-altitude flights to meet the developing demand for the low-altitude economy.

It's the latest effort by Chinese authorities to accelerate the development of the low-altitude economy, which was written into this year's government work report as a new growth engine.

The low-altitude aviation sector has been experiencing rapid growth this year, with government support and the involvement of major enterprises, driving innovation and development in the industry.

In a recent development, Chinese telecom operator China Mobile announced on Tuesday that it has deployed the world's first low-altitude cross-sea 100-kilometer level 5G-A coverage between Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang Province, and Shanghai. This allows drones to deliver fresh seafood to Shanghai within just one hour.





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