UAV
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    Drone registration from 30 NovemberPublic consultation in progress

    The British Model Flying Association calls all people in the hobby to reject the proposal of the Civil Aviation Authority planned a £16.50 registration fee per annum. But what is that, why now and some many other questions.

    rchelicopter.hu
    29 April 2019
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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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    Professional pilots about UAV rules in CanadaFrédérique Caron and Kevin St-Cyr

    After reporting new UAV regulations entering in force this summer in Canada we asked two known RC helicopter pilots about their opinions and reactions. We asked them to tell us their thouhts.

    rchelicopter.hu
    18 January 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
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    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
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    UAV rules approved by European ParliamentNothing is final yet – but almost done

    EU-wide rules have been approved by the European Parliament on Tuesday with 558 votes in favour, 71 against votes and 48 abstentions were given. This was the next step of the lifecycle of UAV rules in the legislation process. The EU ministers will approve (or refuse) these rules in the following step. Then the final proposal modified by ministers has to be backed again by Brussels. According to this process the new rules can enter in force by next year earliest.

    rchelicopter.hu
    14 June 2018