Civil Aviation Authority launches consultation to help shape its Drones Registration Service

Civil Aviation Authority launches consultation to help shape its Drones Registration Service

The CAA has launched a consultation to find out how people are currently using drones. The feedback will allow the CAA to build the drone registration service.

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CAA Consultation on Drone Registration

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a consultation to find out how people are using drones. The feedback will allow the CAA to build the Drones Registration Service - designed to meet drone-user requirements. All drone pilots and operators with aircraft weighing 250g or more will need to register from November 2019. It comes as part of the recent changes to the legislation around the usage of drones and other small unmanned aircraft in the UK. Click here to complete the survey. As part of the consultation process, the CAA is holding workshops in London, starting tomorrow and running until the end of November, where it will be looking to gain a deeper understanding of what is needed for the service. For more details, and to sign up, click here. If you can’t make these sessions, but are interested in helping the CAA build this service, email Droneregistration@caa.co.uk

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