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New Zealand – CAA Promoting Causes Trade Considerations – sUAS Information – The Enterprise of Drones

Over the previous couple of weeks, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has used Fb promoting to focus on most of the people in an try to teach potential drone customers. Just like the CAA, UAVNZ considers aviation security of paramount significance and we wish to see such initiatives occur. Nevertheless, now we have some issues about among the messaging, significantly an commercial about “no-fly zones” that started working final week.

Our issues are as follows:

The time period “no-fly zones” doesn’t exist underneath the Civil Aviation Rules1 for neither manned plane nor drones, relatively, there are necessities that should be met to fly in sure airspace (e.g., to fly a drone inside 4km of an aerodrome)

Using the time period “no-fly zones” may create confusion as a result of the general public will consider that they can’t function in these areas underneath any circumstances. This can be a misplaced alternative for the CAA to assist educate drone customers and the general public about safely function in these areas of airspace by assembly their situations (normally by means of appropriate working procedures, {qualifications}, and/or certification).

The headline merchandise of “no-fly zones” will adversely have an effect on compliant operators who’re appropriately working inside sure airspace (e.g., inside 4km of an aerodrome) as a result of most of the people will start to consider that what they’re doing is illegitimate – this has a direct consequence for our members who already obtain police callouts as a result of involved members of the general public believing that they’re breaking the regulation, regardless that they’re exercising their further privileges granted underneath Half 102 of the Civil Aviation Guidelines or utilizing the nuances of Half 101 to hold out the operation in a compliant method.

UAVNZ has provided help with the wording and formatting of the CAA’s Fb commercials associated to drones. All of us want to see dependable info being

Nevertheless, the present messaging doesn’t obtain that. UAVNZ calls on CAA to take away the “no-fly zone” commercial and maintain future messaging in line with the Civil Aviation Guidelines.

For extra info or feedback, contact Isaac Henderson 022 222 6425



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