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The common European rules on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) enter into force on 31/12/2020 and are based on an assessment of the risk of operation, and strike a balance between the obligations of drone manufacturers and operators in terms of safety, respect for privacy, the environment, protection against noise, and security.

The new rules ensure that drone operators whether recreational or professional will have a clear understanding of what is allowed or not. They will cover each operation type from those not requiring prior permission, to those involving certified aircraft and operators, as well as minimum remote pilot training requirements.

Operators will be able to operate their drones seamlessly when travelling across the EU or when developing a business involving drones around Europe. Common rules will help foster investment and innovation in this promising sector.

EU Delegated Regulation 2019/945

on unmanned aircraft systems and on third-country operators of unmanned aircraft systems

Kατ΄ Εξουσιοδότηση Κανονισμός (ΕΕ) 2019/945

για ΣμηΕΑ και φορείς εκμετάλλευσης συστημάτων μη επανδρωμένων αεροσκαφών τρίτων χωρών

EU Implementing Regulation 2019/947

on all the rules and procedures for the operation of unmanned aircraft

Εκτελεστικός Κανονισμός (ΕΕ) 2019/947

για τους κανόνες και τις διαδικασίες που διέπουν τη λειτουργία μη επανδρωμένων αεροσκαφών

UAVs Decree 402/2015 for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

This Decree shall be referred to as the Civil Aviation Decree, (Conditions for the Operation of Flights by UAVs) in Cyprus

ΚΔΠ 402/215 Διάταγμα για Μη Επανδρωμένα Αεροσκάφη

Το παρόν Διάταγμα θα αναφέρεται ως το περί Πολιτικής Αεροπορίας Διάταγμα του 2015.

Easy Access Rules for UAS (drones)

Easy Access Rules combines all regulations, AMC (acceptable means of compliance) and GM (guidance material) into one single package

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