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Autor: CCAA

ASO-2015-005 - Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Operations

This Order does not apply to unmanned aircraft systems: when they are used for state activity (military,police, customs, search and rescue, fire and fighting, coast guard and similar), which cannot achieve kinetic energy greater than 79J, and when they are used indoors.Read more
Autor: CCAA

EASA recommends minimum two crew in the cockpit

The Agency makes this recommendation based on the information currently available following the dramatic accident of the Germanwings flight 4U9525, and pending the outcome of the technical investigation conducted by the French Bureau d’Enquetes et d’Analyses (BEA).Read more
Autor: CCAA

Vision 2020: EASA presents its Vision for the Future of the Aviation Regulatory System

EASA proposes that when national authorities have a lack of resources or expertise, they should be able to delegate some of their oversight functions to other authorities or to EASA, in order to make sure that no safety risks are overlooked.Read more
Autor: CCAA

EASA presents new regulatory approach for Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAS)

For these drones the intention is to have no specific regulations, with the exception of possibly mandating equipment which would implement ‘no-fly-zones’, like cities or critical sites.Read more
Autor: CCAA

Opportunities and challenges of civil Aviation in Kosovo

The conference was held on the occasion of 7 December - International Civil Aviation Day and the 100th anniversary of the first commercial flight.Read more