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    UAV rules to change in MarchSecrets in definitions

    CAP1763 Air Navigation Order 2018 and 2019 Amendments: The United Kingdom Government published an amendment to the Air Navigation Order earlier this month, which is entering into force on 13 March 2019. Many platforms reported these changes, and the document of CAA is available below as PDF document. Then there are the definitions to be questioned.

    rchelicopter.hu
    25 February 2019
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    Canada to introduce new UAV regulationsStrict rules by this summer

    Canada introduce new UAV regulations by 1st of June, this year. Not surprisingly they follow the similar patterns as being implemented everywhere across the world. With simple words: same as everywhere.

    rchelicopter.hu
    18 January 2019
  • trex robinson crop.jpg

    UAV regulations in UKEverything and nothing change after 30th July

    Yes, the title is a bit confusing but this is the situation literally. Everything is changing for multi-rotors and nothing is changing for conventional model flying like RC helicopters by the date, if...

    rchelicopter.hu
    25 July 2018
  • Me at Marina Bay in Singapore

    Flying in SingaporeGood to know and my experiences

    Most of us don't know even where Singapore is located on the map, although this small city state should be on the bucket list. It's trully British whilst it's so different from everything we got used to it. This is true for the RC model flying as well.

    Szabó, Péter - pgpetike
    12 July 2018
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    New UAV regulations in UKentering into force by 30th July

    As probably all of us aware dozens of regulation are being introduced across Europe. And variations of quality are even more complicated. Which is legal in one country entirely illegal in others. Thanks to drone industry this is happening now involving us as RC pilots.

    rchelicopter.hu
    04 June 2018