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List Of Certified Drones

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has released new regulations that will require all drones operating in the European Union to be marked with a Class Identification Label from January 1st, 2024. The new regulation aims to improve safety and security in the airspace and enable authorities to identify the drone and its operator easily.

The Class Identification Label is a standardised label that categorises drones based on their weight, capability, and potential risk. The regulation outlines seven classes, with each class having a unique label that must be displayed on the drone. In this article, we will focus on the drones that already have the Class Identification label.

Drones With Class Identification Label

Here are the drones that already have the Class Identification Label, their respective labels, and
their manufacturers:

Label Drone Model Manufacturer
C0 Mini 2 SE
Mini 3 & Mini 3 Pro
Mini 4 Pro (Fly More Combo version 249 g)
C1 Mavic 3 Classic, Mavic 3 v2.0, & Mavic 3 Cine v2.0
Air 3
Mini 4 Pro (Fly More Combo version 342 g)
C2 Sensefly eBee
Mavic 3E EU, Mavic 3T EU & Mavic 3M EU
Matrice M30 EU & Matrice M30T EU
Mavic 3 Pro
Autel Robotics
C3 Trinity F90+
Inspire 3
Matrice 350 RTK
UX 11 (Camera AG,IR,RGB) & UX 11 Longue (Elongation Camera AG,IR,RGB)
Quantum System

M350 RTK (through kit developed by Flyingeye)
Matrice 350 RTK (through kit developed by Dronavia)
Chronos Mini+
Agry X
Spray – L
Spay – S
Kronos AD Mavic 3E
Kronos AD Mavic 3T
Kronos AD Mavic 3M
Mavic 3E Flysafe C5
Mavic 3T Flysafe C5
Mavic 3M Flysafe C5

C6 UX11
Agry X
Spay – L
Spay – S

As shown in the table, these drones have different weights, capabilities, and potential risks, which
are the basis for their classification. The C0 Label is the lightest and the least risky, while the C6 Label is the
heaviest and the most capable.

With the new regulation coming into effect, we can expect to see more and more drones being certified and equipped with
the required Class Identification Label. This will not only promote safer drone operation but also create a more
organised and structured drone ecosystem in the European Union.

40 Responses

  1. Good afternoon,

    Can you provide any information on other current active drones that do not have a label at this moment?
    Will they be allowed in the future, or in what way can I as a private person arrange my drone, a DJI Air 2S, receive a label?

    Kind regards,

    Wouter van der Mark
    The Netherlands

  2. Hi Wouter,

    There are more than 1,000 drone models in the market. The only 4 that do have a Class Identification Label, are the ones published in this list.

    Only manufacturers (not operators) can apply for Class Identification Label.

    We hope this solved your doubts.

    Best Regards,

  3. Good afternoon! Nice collection! Where can i verify that the Trinity F90+ has its C-class? Where can i find it in written form? Thank you for your answer in advance!

  4. Dear Csaba,

    Quantum-Systems can provide you with a declaration of conformity!

    I hope this has answered your question.

    Best regards,

  5. Good day,
    May i have an other question? Is it possible that DJI Mini 2SE will be next year a legacy drone…useable in A1? It is the only in the seties which user manual declares the MTOM as it is, out of the box…the others does not have such an MTOM remark…
    Thx: Csaba

  6. Dear Csaba,

    From January 1st, 2024, All drones without a Class Identification Label will become legacy drones. Legacy drones with a MTOM of <250 grams will be able to fly in the A1 scenario.

    Best regards,

  7. What about Mavic 3 Pro? It has a C2 label, but does it have C2 certificate?

  8. Hi Valdemar, the DJI Mavic 3 Pro has both the Class Identification Label and Declaration of Conformity. Thanks for your comment!

  9. Hello,
    is it possible to read somewhere what prerequisites were used when certifying drones from the list above? What parameters must be met for the drone to receive such certification? There are a lot of drones on the market weighing more than 500 grams but less than 900 grams or even 4 KG. It’s enigmatic why users of other drones have not yet received information in what categories they will be after 01/01/2024.

  10. Hello,
    Are the DJI Mini 3 Pro or the Exo Mini classified under the new C category? If so how can I know their new category?

    Thank you!


  11. Hi,

    does anyone have an info on the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise series (3E / 3T)? Will DJI issue a declaration of conformity until end of the year.
    The 3T would be one of the few drones with thermal camera for e.g. PV inspections, but if it falls into A3 its useless for such tasks.

  12. Could you please describe what will be the situation and classification for DJI Avata (<900g).
    Can you confirm that it is A1 which is under C1 so it will comply with rules starting from 2024?

    Thanks, Attila

  13. Dear Attila,

    Unfortunately, only DJI knows the certification status of Avata. By now, it has not been certified yet.

  14. Hi Christoph,

    To date, DJI hasn’t published any information regarding the Mavic 3 Enterprise series (3E / 3T).

    For being 1.05 kg, it would fall under C2.

    Thanks for asking!

  15. Hi Peter,

    This list only includes the already certified drones. You can find all the information either in the manufacturer’s declaration of conformity or in th user’s manual.


  16. Hello,
    Urgent: Where can I download the “EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY” for the DJI mini 4 PRO?
    Thank you,

  17. As of my last update, there is no official information available about a DJI Mavic 3 Fly More Combo. The DJI Mavic series is known for its compact size, advanced features, and high-quality aerial photography capabilities. However, DJI periodically releases new drone models, so it’s possible that a DJI Mavic 3 and a corresponding Fly More Combo may be released in the future.

  18. Hello, I have some question:
    For ınstance there are 2 type of drones whıch were self produced. (do not have ant C-Classing)
    First UAV: is a sub 25kg configuration.
    Another UAV: is a 35kg platform, but the intended flight altitude is such that the typical kinetic energy will be limited to sub 34kJ (in accordance with Intrinsic UAS Ground Risk Class <34kJ class).
    Both drones are below 3m principal dimensions.

    Question 1: I am wondering about the requirements for C-Classing of the drones, when they are used in the specific category. Our understanding is that the UAV with its sub 25kg configuration can be used in accordance with suggested PDRA’s (s-01, S-02 , G01, G02 and G03).
    Would the UAS have to bear a C-Class, or have any form of DVR associated with it to be used in any of these PDRA’s ?

    Question 2: For the second UAV which is above 25kg – I see that the PDRA’s that could be used are G01, G02, and G03 – without a DVR or C-class mark.
    o What do you think ?

    Question 3: For UAV which is above 25kg, in a NON PDRA operation – the operator would have to complete the SORA assessment. If the given assessment classifies into SAIL 2 – My understanding is that the UA does not need to have a DVR.
     What do you think ?

    Question 4: If the given assessment classifies into SAIL 3 – My understanding is that the UA needs a DVR. I have also heard conflicting information regarding that it could potentially be operated WITHOUT a DVR.
    A DVR could be either a full DVR or a Functional Test based MOC ( )
    Could you confirm which of the cases is true? Would SAIL3 require DVR in 2024?
    Thank you

  19. Dear Ajay,

    As you will see in the above list, as far as we understand, there is only DJI Mavic 3 & DJI Mavic 3 Cine certified as per today.

    Thanks for reaching out!

  20. Dear Mr. Yilmaz,

    Thanks for your detailed question.

    We believe your question deserves a dedicated call to better understand your needs. Please feel free to reach out to us in our contact page.


  21. Hello!
    Can I fly with DJI Nini 3 Pro, manufactured before January 1, 2023, unlabeled, with mass <250 g and with MTOM not declared at that time by the manufacturer?
    Thank you !

  22. And we are finally in 2024.
    There is a big discussion in Italy due to the art. 20 which refers to the MTOM weight. Almost no drones have MTOM declared. DJI reports the take-off weight in the manual. Can legacy drones under 249 grams (undeclared MTOM like the Mini 1) continue to fly in A1?

  23. Okay so the latest news regarding the DJI Air 2S, is that the C1 certification that was planned to be launched in January was delayed until the beginning of March 2024. Any update regarding this matter as we currently are in the late beginning of March..

  24. It seems the list is not up to date.
    At least Autel EVO2 V3 us missing from the C2 class.

    Where is this list sourced from?

  25. This page is saying that DJI Mini 3 Pro is certified C0, but without label it’s basically not true. So where can I get that label? As far as I know the citification process is still in progress and no labels are available. Our local rules are for example asking for label to fly in urban areas with 1:1 rule.

  26. Hi,

    Although it appears that the C2 Certification has been passed, we haven’t found a declaration of conformity from the manufacturer that includes the C2 Class.

    Our source is EASA 😉

  27. Hello Kent,

    DJI Air 3 is certified under C1. There is nothing currently for the DJI Air 2S.

    Thanks for the comment!

  28. Good question, Fabiano 🙂

    As long as you don’t add any accessory that is not allowed in the user manual, you shall not exceed the MTOM. Therefore, if you are flying a legacy UAS < 249 g, you shall be able to fly under A1. Thanks!

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