Still Many Uncertainties
The article was written with the information that is currently available. There is still a lack of clear guidelines and answers in the EU drone regulation. Also, the expiration of the examinations is not yet finally specified. It has not yet been clarified which bodies may test drone pilots in the future, or how current training institutions receive certification and what they must do in order to be able to conduct future tests. At present, there is a lack of concrete specifications from the German Federal Aviation Authority.
However, new information is expected in the coming weeks, which we will then also share with you.
In the next blog article, we will deal with the topic of registrations and give you an overview of the timeline so that you don’t lose track!
Your FlyNex Team
This article is part of a series about innovations and changes due to the EU drone regulation. Among other things, we will explain how the new operating categories are divided, which requirements drones and pilots must meet on which deadlines, and what changes are taking place in the airspace for unmanned aircraft. We welcome feedback, additions, and suggestions in order to provide all readers with understandable and up-to-date information.
Further blog articles on the EU UAV regulation:
Part 1 „UAV-Classes“
Part 2 „Operation Categories“
Interview With Ronald Liebsch (DJI)