Legal entities can self-authorize drone flights if they hold an operator's certificate. Learn more about the LUC and how to obtain one.
In view of the flood disaster in NRW and Rhineland-Palatinate, FlyNex has joined forces with other start-ups and companies from the drone industry to form the relief initiative Starkregen 21.
Anyone planning a high-risk flight requiring a permit that deviates from the predefined standard scenarios must submit an operating permit. In this article, we highlight the approval process, including the operational concept and risk assessment according to SORA.
Most commercial operations involving drones require a permit. There are three ways to get a permit. Today we introduce you to the operational declaration.
As of today, the amendment to the Air Traffic Act is valid. For all drone pilots, this means following the new regulations. All new map info can be found in the Map2Fly!
The commercial drone market is booming. Especially the next 5 years promise enormous growth. In our latest market study, we provide an overview of the manufacturers of drones for commercial use cases.
In the last few days, we have updated our Map2Fly and our software. The main focus of the updates is the introduction of new settings and functions. Our software team has implemented the following major innovations and changes...
The uncomplicated flying of houses and buildings and the exploration of the surroundings from the air have long been among the advantages of drone use. But how do building insurers benefit from this?
After a period of uncertainty, the Bundestag is finally transposing the EU Drone Regulation into German national law. Find out what this means for drone operators in Germany in this blog article.
Drone pilots have to document all commercial drone flights in a so-called flightbook. There are certain requirements you should keep in mind. We clarify which these are and how you can minimize the effort of keeping a flightbook.