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#1 12-06-2019 09:55:16

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https://www.easa.europa.eu/newsroom-and-events/press-releases/eu-wide-rules-drones-published skrifaði:

On 11 June 2019 common European rules on drones, Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 & Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, have been published to ensure drone operations across Europe are safe and secure. The rules will amongst others help to protect the safety and the privacy of EU citizens while enabling the free circulation of drones and a level playing field within the European Union.

Sjá fréttatilkynningu: https://www.easa.europa.eu/newsroom-and … -published

Ég renndi hratt yfir þetta og dróg út nokkra punkta sem tengjast okkur beint.


Commission Delegated Regulations (EU) 2019/945

(1) The unmanned aircraft systems (‘UAS’) whose operation presents the lowest risks and that belong to the ‘open’ category of operations should not be subject to classic aeronautical compliance procedures.

(4) Considering the good level of safety achieved by model aircraft already made available on the market, it is appropriate to create the C4 class of UAS which should not be subject to disproportionate technical requirements for the benefit of model aircraft operators.


Commission Implementing Reg. (EU) 2019/947

Article 3 - Categories of UAS operations
(a) UAS operations in the ‘open’ category shall not be subject to any prior operational authorisation, nor to an operational declaration by the UAS operator before the operation takes place;

Article 8  - Rules and procedures for the competency of remote pilots
1.   Remote pilots operating UAS in the ‘open’ category shall comply with the competency requirements set in Part A of the Annex.

Article 9 - Minimum age for remote pilots
1.   The minimum age for remote pilots operating a UAS in the ‘open’ and ‘specific’ category shall be 16 years.
2.   No minimum age for remote pilots shall be required:

(a) when they operate in subcategory A1 as specified in Part A of the Annex to this Regulation, with a UAS Class C0 defined in Part 1 of the Annex to Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 that is a toy within the meaning of Directive 2009/48/EC;
(b) for privately-built UAS with a maximum take-off mass of less than 250g;
(c) when they operate under the direct supervision of a remote pilot complying with paragraph 1 and Article 8.

3.   Member States may lower the minimum age following a risk-based approach taking into account specific risks associated with the operations in their territory:

(a) for remote pilots operating in the ‘open’ category by up to 4 years;
(b) for remote pilots operating in the ‘specific’ category by up to 2 years.

4.   Where a Member State lowers the minimum age for remote pilots, those remote pilots shall only be allowed to operate a UAS on the territory of that Member State.

5.   Member States may define a different minimum age for remote pilots operating in the framework of model aircraft clubs or associations in the authorisation issued in accordance with Article 16.

Article 16 - UAS operations in the framework of model aircraft clubs and associations
1.   Upon request by a model aircraft club or association, the competent authority may issue an authorisation for UAS operations in the framework of model aircraft clubs and associations.

2.   The authorisation referred to in paragraph 1 shall be issued in accordance with any of the following:

(a) relevant national rules;
(b) established procedures, organisational structure and management system of the model aircraft club or association, ensuring that:

i. remote pilots operating in the framework of model aircraft clubs or associations are informed of the conditions and limitations defined in the authorisation issued by the competent authority;

ii. remote pilots operating in the framework of model aircraft clubs or associations are assisted in achieving the minimum competency required to operate the UAS safely and in accordance with the conditions and limitations defined in the authorisation;

iii. the model aircraft club or association takes appropriate action when informed that a remote pilot operating in the framework of model aircraft clubs or associations does not comply with the conditions and limitations defined in the authorisation, and, if necessary, inform the competent authority;

iv. the model aircraft club or association provides, upon request from the competent authority, documentation required for oversight and monitoring purposes.

3.   The authorisation referred to in paragraph 1 shall specify the conditions under which operations in the framework of the model aircraft clubs or associations may be conducted and shall be limited to the territory of the Member State in which it is issued.

4.   Member States may enable model aircraft clubs and associations to register their members into the registration systems established in accordance with Article 14 on their behalf. If this is not the case, the members of model aircraft clubs and associations shall register themselves in accordance with Article 14.

Article 21 - Adaptation of authorisations, declarations and certificates
3.   Without prejudice to Article 14, UAS operations conducted in the framework of model aircraft clubs and associations shall be allowed to continue in accordance with relevant national rules and without an authorisation in accordance with Article 16 until 1 July 2022.


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#2 12-06-2019 12:31:35

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9. gr. - Lágmarksaldur fyrir fjarlægur flugmenn
1. Lágmarkstími fyrir flugvalla sem starfrækja UAS í flokknum "opinn" og "sérstakur" skal vera 16 ár.
2. Ekki er krafist lágmarksaldur fyrir fjarlægur flugmenn:............... Guð sé lof

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