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 WARNING: EASA Draft for Restrictive Rules for RC Pilots

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PostSubject: WARNING: EASA Draft for Restrictive Rules for RC Pilots    Thu Oct 06, 2016 2:36 pm




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PostSubject: Re: WARNING: EASA Draft for Restrictive Rules for RC Pilots    Thu Oct 06, 2016 2:37 pm

DIY craft limited to 250 g WTF

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PostSubject: Re: WARNING: EASA Draft for Restrictive Rules for RC Pilots    Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:42 pm

Yes Mad just saw it too.

It was already in the planning in my country for next year anyway tho.  Rolling Eyes

I found out about this on Joshua Bardwells channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFxnXGRvZl4

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Kris

This is the answer i got from them:

Dear Mr ...

Thank you for the interest in the UAS Prototype Rule. We received your email and we will carefully evaluate it.

As it was specified in our web page, due to the amount of emails we are receiving, we cannot provide an individual answer. We are anyway developing this rule in collaboration with industry, European aviation authorities and association (remote pilots, operators, model etc) in order to find the right balance.

We are trying to give as much flexibility as we can and we want create an environment allowing the sector to grow, including the required education for all people involved.

As you may know we keep aviation safety as high priority and we hope this draft regulation allows the UAS market to develop safely in Europe, without negatively impacting other categories such as the model hobbyist. The purpose of publishing the “prototype” version of the regulatory proposal, while we are still working on it, was exactly to receive comments from all interested stakeholders.

So thank you for sharing your thoughts and I hope my answer helped to show that we do not intend to impede on drone flights.

Best Regards,

...


So it's not definite yet.

Trying to look at it in a positive way,

250 grams is quite average if you don't count battery and camera.
54km/h is not superfast, but fast enough to do tricks, even big loops.
100 meter comes down to 200 if you stand in the middle, which is over twice the size of the field i've been doing most of the flying past year.
50 meters is pretty high actually. I haven't been that high yet, or maybe once or twice. I've been on top of a church once, which was lower then 50 meters, and I remember how far I could see, so I know approximately how high I can go.

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