Anyone operating a drone must do so responsibly and observe all relevant rules, code and regulations. Is totally irresponsible to fly drones close to airports and other aircraft. We take Uk as a reference due that it has one of the best code, guidelines and rules and there anyone operating an aerial vehicle has the obligation to know the rules and ensure they are fit or able of operating it safely. Anyone that break those rules can face strong penalties or even five years in jail.
1- Always keep your drone in sight.
2- Stay bellow 120m (400ft) to comply with the drone code.
3- Everytime you fly your drone you must follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
4- Keep the right distance from property and people 50m (150ft).
5- You are responsible for each flight.
6- Stay far away from airport, airfields and aircraft.
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UAS Prototype Regulation
Legal notice: This document presents a ‘prototype’ regulation for to the operation of unmanned aircraft in the ‘open’ and ‘specific’ categories. Its sole purpose is to inform and consult stakeholders in view of the ongoing negotiations with the Parliament and the Council on the review of Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and in view of giving indications on the possible direction that EASA will take on its implementation, after appropriate consultation, in a notice of proposed amendment (NPA) planned for the end of 2016. It represents the current views of EASA; however, it does not constitute any formal commitment on behalf of EASA nor of the European Commission.
Explanatory Note For the UAS
Legal notice: This explanatory note is provided to support the understanding of the ‘Prototype’ Commission Regulation on Unmanned Aircraft Operations published by the European Aviation Safety Agency.
It represents the current views of the Agency, however, it does not constitute any formal commitment on behalf of the European Aviation Safety Agency nor of the European Commission.