Flying in spain ?

Discussion in 'CineStar FAQ - Tips and Tricks' started by Denis Gliksman, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. Denis Gliksman

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    Hello, I may have to fly my copter in Spain and I could not find precise information about regulation there.
    What i learned is that there is a project of regulation for this year, but actually do we need to ask something ?
    and to who ?
    Thanks
    Denis
     
  2. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    Denis: I did a Google search for: spanish civil aviation authority
    The first result was for http://www.easa.europa.eu/links.php
    Here's the relevant part of the web page -- I'm not sure if the URL links survived the copy and paste into this message, though, so you may want to go to the link above.

    EDIT: The links below do work. If you don't read Spanish, use Google translate: translate.google.com or use the Chrome browser which will translate for you (I think Firefox may do it too).
    Andy

    [​IMG] Spain
     
  3. Denis Gliksman

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    Hi Andy, thanks
    I did the same research and found the same stuff
    EASA in not relevant since my drone is under 150 kg ....(each country keeps control)
    AESA is probably but i dont speak spanish ...
    No time to dig yet, but i'll try
    thanks again
    Regards
    Denis
     
  4. Michael Braun

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    Denis,

    did you get any new info about flying in Spain? I might also go there for a commercial shoot and would like to get all the papers needed.
     
  5. Denis Gliksman

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    Hello Michael,
    I am sorry not to be able to help a lot ...
    My project was cancelled before I finished the research ...
    When i stopped searching I couldn't get any information except from spannish drone shops i mailed, and they told me that they were no rules in Spain yet ...
    But I am sure it is not so simple, specially if you have an airport close to the place you will have to fly ...
    Regards
    Denis
     
  6. Michael Braun

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    This could be still possible. Some countries are still "drone friendly". Thanks.

    I will try to dig some more.
     

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