Steps to Get a Drone Pilot’s Licence in Europe.

Steps to get the pilot’s¬†license in Europe

The use of Unmanned Aerial vehicles (UAV) has greatly grown in Europe and recently it has entered the civil market and hence opening a new chapter in the aviation history.

With its spontaneous growth, drones technologies are now carving a niche in the European aeronautical industry. As a result, the European commission has stepped in to develop a strategy to support the progressive growth of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS). Keep on reading!

Consider these 6 Things Before Hiring a Drone in Europe

Hiring a drone in Europe

hire a drone for photographyAs the use of drone technologies intensifies, many people are now employing the services of drones for all sorts of commercial applications.

They are extremely flexible gadgets that can be used in areas where it would have been otherwise not safe to access.

Moreover, the ability to carry a variety of payloads makes it an exceptionally powerful tool that can be used for drone photography in memorable events such as weddings. Keep on reading!

The Ultimate Guide to Ultralight Flying in Europe

Guide to Ultralight Flying in Europe

In the European Union (EU), the aviation industry has continued to develop so immensely. The industry prides itself on a vast range of airplanes to choose from.This ranges from the smallest aircraft such as drones to the largest commercial airlines.

One of the most popular aircraft in use today are the ultra-lights, just like the way hiring a drone in Europe is easy, and so is the ultra-light. Keep on reading!

Planning to Buy a Drone? Check out this Best Drone Buying Guide

Best Drone Buying Guide

Owning a drone or a quad-copter has become commonplace nowadays, these modern technology gadgets can be used for quite a number of operations ranging from delivery services, flying for fun as well as surveillance purposes.

Drones can present a fresh view of the world from a completely new perspective when used to take aerial photographs as well as videos. Keep on reading!

UltraLight Flying in East Europe: Rules, Regulations and other Important Information.

 Ultralight Aircraft

An ultralight aircraft refers to a class of lightweight aircraft usually consisting of 1 or 2 seat capacity and with a fixed wing.

Although the speed limits and operating weights of this aircraft differ depending on countries, in Europe the definition of an ultralight, limits it’s take-off weight to 450kg.

The maximum stalling speed limit is 65km/h and therefore, it means this kind of aircraft has a low landing speed as well as a short landing roll. Keep on reading!

Europe’s Drones Flying Regulation: An Inside Look

Europe’s Drones Flying Regulation

In recent years, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) otherwise commonly known as drones has increased drastically for both commercial and private leisure use.

UAVs unlike the remote-controlled traditional model aircraft that has been in use with hobbyists for many years are fitted with video cameras.

As such operating drones may pose a greater risk to the general public as well as other aircraft as there are no well-established guidelines for their operation. Keep on reading!