How to travel with a drone in Europe, explained
Many people buy a drone so they can capture their best vacation moments from the air. If you plan to travel with your drone in Europe this holiday season, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) wants you to make sure you have the right permissions and licenses in place. Here’s a quick lowdown on the things to remember…
One registration for all EASA member states
Come December 31, the new European drone regulations will become fully applicable, making it easier for pilots to fly a drone under the same conditions across most of Europe.
For EU residents
If you live in any of the 31 EASA member states and have registered as a drone operator in your country, you don’t need to register again in another state. Your unique drone operator registration ID can be used on all your drones throughout all EASA member states. But do ensure that this operator registration ID is clearly visible on your aircraft(s) when traveling to another EASA member…