Class 2

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Class 2

sufficient theoretical knowledge of the aeronautical world is a subject to a final examination, practical examination will be given by an examiner appointed by the Directorate-General of Air Transport (DGAT)

  • A non-recreational use is a use for commercial or non-commercial purpose as part of professional activity.
  • Your UAV has a maximum takeoff weight of less than 1 kg and is used outside the private sector or aeromodelism.
    • If the flying height is less than 45m (150ft); is outside the controlled airspace, towns and villages, without flying over people, the mission is classified as a Class 2 activity;
    • Otherwise, the mission is classified as a class 1 activity.
  • Your UAV has a maximum takeoff weight of between 1kg and 5kg:
    • If the flying height is less than 45m (150ft), is outside the controlled airspace, towns and villages, without flying over people, the mission is classified as a Class 2 activity;
    • Otherwise, the mission is classified as a class 1 activity.
  • Your UAV has a maximum takeoff weight of between 5 kg and 150 kg: the mission is classified as a class 1 activity.
  • Your UAV has a maximum takeoff mass exceeding 150 kg. In this case, navigability of the mission goes beyond the jurisdiction of the DGAT. The drone must be evaluated by European Air Safety Agency (EASA).

  • The UAV's maximum takeoff weight is strictly less than 5 kg .

  • The remote pilot must have at least 16 y.o.
  • The flight can not exceed the height of 150 ft (45m) above the ground.
  • The flight can not be executed in a controlled airspace.
  • The flight can not be executed over cities or villages within a radius of 50m.
  • The UAV can not fly over people or animals
  • The UAV must always remain in a visual distance of remote pilot.
  • The remote pilot must justify having followed a theoretical training on the following subjects:

o aviation regulatory system;

o weather forecast;

o air navigation;

o aircraft technology;

o respect of privacy;

o please contact BeUAS to obtain a list of training schools.

However, anyone with a pilot's license that meets the EASA regulation Part-FCL (LAPL, PPL, CPL, ATPL) is exempted from following this course. He should, however, provide a copy of his valid license to the examiner during the test.

  • The UAV pilot must pass a practical test (certificate of achievement) in presence of an examiner appointed by the DGAT and on land approved by DGAT.

  • The UAV pilot must at all times comply with general safety measures.

  • The UAV must have a liability insurance covering the aviation-related activity and the use of unmanned aircraft.

  • The drone must be registered within the DGAT.

  • If the drone is used outside the limits imposed by Class 2, operation should meet the requirements of Class 1.


Drone and a real estate 

There is a certain impact on the brain as throughout the ages we (men and women:)) are used to dream of flying... To highlight the property, you have to create an emotion and let the brain imagine what could actually belong to him. The future customer is very attentive during the first 30 seconds. A clip of 45 seconds with photos or videos of the property overflown by the drone with a proposal for action (contact button) email, etc ... this can make the customer want to find out more about the property. Therefore, some pictures on the outside and inside (quick review) with a nice soundtrack and contact details will increase the number of amateur performers. We can even create virtual visits to avoid daily displacements to see the property.

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