Which DJI drones have received EASA class label certifications?
From January 1, 2024, the European Union’s revamped drone regulations will become fully applicable and the open category will benefit from drones with a class identification label. This system categorizes drones based on their weight, capabilities, and intended use, and requires operators to obtain certification for certain categories of drones. The good news is that DJI has already placed several compliant drones on the EU market.
According to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), drones with a C0 and C1 marking weighing up to 900 g will be able to conduct operations in populated areas (as defined in A1 subcategory), while drones up to 4 kg with a C2 marking will be able to fly as close as 5m to uninvolved people (as defined in A2 subcategory). Further, drones weighing up to 25 kg will be allowed to fly at a distance of 150m from residential, commercial, industrial, and recreational areas (as defined in A3 subcategory).
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