FAA FAA Restricts Drones Over Major U.S. Landmarks By Richard Gonzales • Sep 28, 2017 The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a new regulation restricting unauthorized drone operations over 10 Department of Interior sites, including the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore. The announcement Thursday says the two federal agencies "have agreed to restrict drone flights up to 400 feet within the lateral boundaries" of the following sites: Statue of Liberty National Monument, New York Boston National Historical Park (U.S.S. Constitution), Boston FAA Awarding $11M to Louisville Airport for Upgrades, Future Growth By The Associated Press • Sep 1, 2017 funlovingvolvo, 123rf Stock Photo The Louisville International Airport is getting a federal grant that will go toward improvements and future growth. 5 Things To Know: FAA Task Force Recommends A Drone Registry By Alina Selyukh • Nov 23, 2015 The Consumer Technology Association forecasts that 400,000 drones will be sold in the United States this holiday season. That's not to mention the commercial drones being developed by Google (now known as Alphabet), Amazon, Wal-Mart and others. Marion Airport Receives Federal Grant By John Null • Aug 1, 2013 jksae.com The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a $499,959 federal grant to the Marion-Crittenden County Airport to help construct a 10-unit hangar. Henry County Airport Receives Aeronautics Grant By John Null • Jun 4, 2013 The Henry County Airport in Paris, Tenn. is set to make improvements with $200,000 in state grants from the Tennessee Department of Transportation. The funds are part of more than $2.3 million approved for 10 Tennessee airports.