Find out how existing UK and international regulations apply to your innovation by exploring the themes and guidance below.
You can also find details of regulatory approvals that you may need to consider for the trial of your innovative solution.
You may find the guidance documents listed below useful if you are designing a new aircraft, a new part, modifying an existing aircraft or maintaining one.
You may find the guidance documents listed below useful if you plan on utilising the airspace for a new concept or technology:
You may find the guidance documents listed below useful if you want to carry out commercial operations or an aircraft, for example, UAM:
To use any radio transmitting device in the UK, it will need to either be licensed, or have a specific licence exemption. Information about applying for aeronautical radio licencing can be found on the Ofcom website.
The Skyway Code is designed to provide private pilots with easy, quick access to the key information they need.
As well as covering the regulations it includes examples of radio phraseology, tables to work out crosswind components and ground marshalling signals.
You may find the guidance documents listed below useful if you want to maintain, modify or operate a drone:
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