Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) safety is our number one priority. Our designated pilot has passed the examination and flight assessments, as well as holding the Remote Pilot Qualification for multi-rotor aircraft under 7kg.
Each project has its own risk assessment, in accordance with our CAA approved operations manual. We will work with you to ensure that the appropriate approvals have been obtained, and on the day of the flight will have cordons, clearly marking takeoff/ landing areas, and ground safety personnel. Our aircraft are fitted with 'return to home' features.
CAA Guidance on the safety rules that apply when flying unmanned drones says:
"Popularly known as drones, but also referred to as remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small handheld types up to large aircraft, potentially a similar size to airliners.
Just like any other aircraft, an unmanned aircraft must always be flown in a safe manner, both with respect to other aircraft in the air and also to people and properties on the ground.The CAA’s primary aim is to enable the full and safe integration of all UAS operations into the UK’s total aviation system."
Guidance for keeping a drone flight safe and legal can be found on the CAA website: Click Here