EASA and the UK!

I totally agree

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The CAA eventually will assume responsibility for new aircraft type certificates and airworthiness approvals. So it looks like option 2

I’d prefer this option.

Glad I didn’t waste my time reading the last thread now.

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What thread?

The one you personally posted 123 times on

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Oh ok

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When i mentioned this sometime ago about Leaving the EU and would the EASA rules still apply .
I was informed that under no circumstances would it change and we would definitely follow the rules .
Well . I did say .

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The CAA made noises that there would be no change, but hey now we must see what will happen. It will be ridiculous to go backwards from EASA once they are implemented in July.
Continue EASA but without any EASA input.

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Maybe we should start a little whispering campaign.

About how restrictive European rules for drones were and now that we are free of the yoke of our continental oppressors British skies should be totally free for British drone pilots to fly in any direction and at any height …

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Let’s hope this does not become another one !.

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That’s not the best idea imagine how many of those fake news stories about drones could then be deemed to be true?

Not at all. If we can get the anti Europeans behind us it will become every true Britons duty to fly as far and as high as possible!

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and as close as they want to whatever they want.

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Has anyone officially heard anything from the CAA on this?

Sorry, none of us has a hotline to them.

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:+1:

I have 2 balls, neither of which is crystal

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I’ve now actually been given a number which goes directly to the drones/UAV team

The CAA brexit microsite hasn’t officially mentioned anything.

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