In this article, we'll teach you how to fill in the most basic points of a logbook to maintain a record of the flights performed by the operator. Let's get started!
This article is about Class 0 drones, and we'll see why they cannot benefit from surpassing the altitude limits
After several years of dealing with European regulations that haven't made it easy for us to fly in different countries within the European Union, the long-awaited date is near: January 1st, 2024.
When flying in controlled airspace or within Flight Information Zones (FIZ), there will always be an Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) responsible for ensuring safe separation of aircraft, both on the ground (at airports) and in the air. Let's examine what's required for drone flights in controlled airspace in Spain.
In this article, we will discuss the air traffic volume closest to aerodromes: the ATZ or "Aerodrome Traffic Zone."
This article addresses concepts, definitions, and basic terms related to FIRs.
In late October 2023, EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) published a new version of the AMC (Acceptable Means of Compliance) and GM (Guidance Material) that affect Regulations (EU) 2019/945 and 2019/947.In this article, we will analyze some of the key changes in this new Decision 2023/012/R published by EASA.
When we hear the word CTR in the world of drones, we directly associate it with "possible restrictions." In this article, we will discover what a CTR is exactly and how to find its limits and characteristics.
In this article, we will discuss one of the requirements that Class 5 and Class 6 drones must meet to be certified.