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Israel as a first-ever country that allows drones in civilian airspace

Israel as a first-ever country that allows drones in civilian airspace – Israel has become the first-ever country in the world that has allowed drone flights in civilian airspace. the Israeli Civil Aviation Authority issued the certification to the Hermes Starliner unmanned system.

  • The Hermes Starliner unmanned system was manufactured and developed by Elbit Systems. Elbit Systems is an Israeli defence electronics company.
  • The country will use drones for agriculture, the environment, public welfare, economic activity and against crime.

About the Hermes Starliner unmanned system:

  • The Hermes Starliner has a wingspan of 17 metres and weighs 1.6 tons.
  • It can fly for up to 36 hours at an altitude of about 7,600 metres.
  • It is capable to carry an additional 450 kg of electro-optical, thermal, radar and other payloads.

About Israel

  • Israel Capital: Jerusalem
  • Israel President: Isaac Herzog
  • Israel Prime minister: Naftali Bennett
  • Israel Currency: Israeli Shekel.

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