Before starting an RPA course in Málaga it is necessary to take into account that current Spanish legislation does not permit flying drones at night nor in the vicinity of airports. It also limits overflying buildings and obliges active supervision for flights of a autonomous nature, additionally it requires the monitoring system to be approved. However, operations carried out by military drones are covered by different legislation and are exempt from the aforementioned restrictions.
The Drone or RPA sector has experienced rapid growth recently. It is for this reason that there is the necessity to establish a legal framework that permits development while maintaining safety in this new technologically advanced sector. It is anticipated that the restrictions will be relaxed at a European and national level. In Spain there has been temporary legislation established by the State Aviation Security Agency (AESA) which is responsible for regulating drones up to 150kg in weight. While drones in excess of this weight are covered by European legislation and the body responsable for conventional aircraft the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency).
In One Air we run drones courses in Málaga certified by AESA, in which we offer training for pilots in accordance with the different categories of legislation, and are continually working to improve education in the aviation sector.
In One Air we have the most comprehensive advanced drone courses tailored to the future needs of Drone/RPA pilots