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Drone – License to fly

Posted on: 5th November 2018

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We completed our BNUC-S qualification to fly drones commercially in the UK and abroad.

The in-depth training involved a two-day theory course and practical exam. Following the passing of the exam, we wrote an operations manual for the company outlining the operational procedures to undertake aerial work safely and effectively. The final steps of the process involved a practical examination with Heliguy and with their approval we were given the green light to undertake aerial work commercially. Current drone rules mean that you cannot use a drone for commercial use unless you are licensed from the CAA. Having flown drones for many years now, it was great to finally be licensed and take out our drones professionally and offer drone filming for all our upcoming projects.

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