The European aviation safety organization EASA is organizing two webinars on 9 and 10 December on European drone regulations, which will take effect on 31 December. This is an interesting fact, as EASA is the driving force behind the new regulation. The information comes directly from the source. The first webinar is aimed at recreational drone pilots, the second is aimed at professionals.
EASA organizes two webinars about EU drone regulations
The webinars are both one hour long and are held in English. The streams are broadcast via Youtube. It is possible to set an alert via the links below so that you receive a notification as soon as the streams start. EASA has said there will also be an opportunity to ask questions, but it is not yet clear how this will be organized.
Flying a Drone for fun – Get to know how to become a good drone pilot: 09/12/2020, 17:00 – 18:00
Flying a Drone professionally – Find out what is important for your business: 10/12/2020, 11:00 – 12:00
More information on EU drone regulations
In addition to the webinars, EASA also offers a list of frequently asked questions and answers and so-called Easy Access Rules for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, a document in which the regulations are provided with additional information. In addition, EASA has created thematic pages on the Open, Specific, and Certified categories.
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