Airspace: UK Airspace Structure
Governing body: Civil Aviation Authority
Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (ARPAS): National UK association of RPAS operators employing RPAS with a mass of less than 20kg. Its objectives are:
- the organization, representation, promotion and encouragement of flying and operation of small RPAS
- to assist and guide company members
- to promote the collaboration between members and the cooperation with National Aviation Authorities or other government departments
- to produce, collect, and distribute information in connection with RPAS
- to encourage and support research relative to RPAS
- to establish and support, financially or otherwise or aid in the establishment and support of any educational scheme or establishment with benefit to the small RPAS operating community
UAVS: This association has a duty to inform opinion whether this be the casual inquiry from a member of the general public or a more focused debate from the media. UAVS will always seek to provide the best information available to help portray this industry in the correct light. It carries out this duty primarily on behalf of its members but also in the interests of the UAS industry as a whole
Library of Congress: Regulation of Drones: United Kingdom
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