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Not all commercial operations
require an authorisation from the CAA. However, everyone who flies unmanned
aircraft in the Specific category, including many commercial operators, must
have an authorisation from the CAA.
Every unmanned aircraft operator
who has been granted an operational authorisation to conduct Specific category
operations will have a document from us describing what they are able to do.
The list of current holders of the CAA permission is updated on a monthly basis.
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