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SN-2020/002: Small Unmanned Aircraft – Overflight of Uninvolved People

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SN-2020/002: Small Unmanned Aircraft – Overflight of Uninvolved People

Published January 16th 2020

Words By: Drone Major

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Reference:SN-2020/002
Title:Small Unmanned Aircraft – Overflight of Uninvolved People
Description:The purpose of this Safety Notice is to provide additional guidance to remote pilots in the form of suggested best practice when considering flight over people in accordance with articles 95(2)(d) or 95(3) of the ANO. It is also intended to remind and assist remote pilots in meeting the requirement in law that states that they must be “reasonably satisfied that a flight can be safely made” (ANO article 94(2)).
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:16 January 2020

SN-2020/002: Small Unmanned Aircraft – Overflight of Uninvolved People

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