The European Union Aviation Security Company has lately printed a doc referred to as “Straightforward Entry Guidelines” that covers European drone rules in a simple to know and simple to make use of format.
The 265 web page doc is out there on their web site for obtain right here. Whereas 265 pages might sound daunting, it’s nonetheless an enchancment – and a single useful resource with hyperlinks for drone operators in member nations. The doc may assist operators to work throughout borders.
A part of the EASA e-Guidelines mission, the obtain covers “the Fee Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, the associated acceptable technique of compliance (AMC) and steering materials (GM), in addition to the Fee Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 on unmanned plane programs and on third-country operators of unmanned plane programs,” the web site explains.
EASA has developed their rules over a number of years. Whereas the challenges of working collaboratively with member states are clear, the ensuing rules may give European service and know-how suppliers easy accessibility to neighboring markets. Nevertheless, though the rules have been printed, the work isn’t over – member states should nonetheless arrange their very own compliant programs for issues like drone registration.
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