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UK Drone Registration FAQs
New regulations for people who fly or are responsible for small unmanned aircraft, including drones and model aircraft, come into force on 30 November 2019. The new regulations apply to drones and model aircraft from 250g to 20kg.
There are three main requirements:
– You’ll need to pass an online test if you want to fly outdoors. The test will be free and you’ll need to pass it every three years.
– You’ll also need to register as an operator if you’re responsible for a drone or model aircraft. You must be aged 18 or over to be an operator. There will be an annual fee of £9.00.
– All drones and model aircraft will need to be labelled with the operator’s unique ID number.
Yes. Both recreational and commercial drone pilots that operate drones and model aircraft from 250g to 20kg will need to complete drone registration. This includes:
– members of model flying associations
– operators and flyers who have obtained a permission (PfCO) from the CAA
– operators and flyers who have registered for any other services.
Anyone who wants to fly must pass an online theory test on flying safely and legally.
The test has 20 multiple choice questions and the pass mark is 16.
When you pass the test, you’ll get a flyer ID, which acts as your acknowledgement of competency as a remote pilot from the CAA.
Minimum age: None, but children under 13 can only register with a parent or guardian present
Registration period: 3 years
Anyone responsible for a drone or model aircraft must register as an operator.
When you register, you’ll get an operator ID with your certificate of registration. You must display your operator ID on your drones and model aircraft. You can use the same operator ID for all your drones and model aircraft.
You must be aged 18 or over to be an operator.
Minimum age: 18
Registration period: 1 year
Fee: Currently under consultation
People will be able to register and take the test online at the new service. There will be a link to the new service from the CAA’s website. An offline service will be available for people unable to register online.
Uplift DroneHub is a free mobile app training UK drone pilots, both recreational and commercial, to prepare for the drone registration online test. With over 80 high-quality practice questions written by Uplift’s industry experts, you can access everything you need to pass the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s online theory test and obtain your Flyer ID.
Uplift DroneHub will also help you stay up-to-date with current CAA drone regulations and UK legislation with in-app notifications.
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