As you probably know, the body responsible for regulating the use of drones in Spain is the Spanish Agency for Aviation Safety (AESA). It is also in charge of everything related to Air Navigation and Transport, as well as Airport Security.
Regarding Spanish drone laws, currently, the European Regulations RE 2019/947 and RD 2019/945 have started to be applied. In addition, Royal Decree 1036/2017, of 15 December, which amends RD 552/2014, of 27 June, will remain in force until 1 January 2022.
During this year, a new RD is expected to be published to regulate drone flight in Spain and update the current regulations regarding the European regulation. In addition, AESA has not yet made a decision on many aspects, so we urge you to be cautious when flying your drone.
At One Air, we are attentive to all the news that is unveiled and that we will tell you on this page. All the information provided here is based on AESA communications but, due to continuous changes, it may not apply to all operational cases.
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