An overview of drone laws - you should know that!
In recent years, interest in drones and the number of privately owned drones has increased significantly. In order to ensure operational safety, the European aviation authority EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) has created a binding set of rules for the ownership and use of drones.
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What can and cannot do with a drone?
Drones offer great potential - both privately and commercially . More and more people are using them. The more drones soar, the greater the risk of collisions, crashes or accidents. Clear rules are therefore necessary for the use of drones in order to open up opportunities for drone technology and at the same time to significantly increase safety in the airspace.