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Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Drone Battery Storage and Care
With the colder seasons approaching, many of us will be flying less. Proper care and storage of your aircraft batteries are extremely important. According to Jonathan Carter, deputy director of the FAA Office of Hazardous Materials Safety, lithium batteries are the no. 1 cause of fires in airline cargo and baggage. If you're flying with LiPos, they belong in your carry-on baggage with their terminals protected. If the airline needs to check your carry-on at the gate, be sure to remove the batteries and take them on the plane with you.