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Guidance on the regulations for kite flying at a height of more than 60 metres above ground level

Kites Kites | UK Civil Aviation Authority Kites Guidance on the regulations for kite flying at a height of more than 60 metres above ground level Anyone looking to fly a kite


Consultation on General Aviation rules and regulations launched | Our work

A review of many of the national rules and regulations that affect UK General Aviation (GA) is underway through a consultation.

displays; Simplify the rules on balloons and kites flying. The CAA has also established an independent GA


DAP Policy: Operation of Tethered Balloons and Kites at or above 150 m

DAP Policy: Operation of Tethered Balloons and Kites at or above 150 m Balloons and Kites at or above 150 m Civil Aviation Authority DAP Policy : Operation of Tethered Balloons and Kites at or above 150 m Please find below details of the CAA


ORS4 No.1239: Launching, Mooring, Tethering or Towing of Balloons, Gliders, Kites, Parascending Parachutes and Airships

ORS4 No.1239: Launching, Mooring, Tethering or Towing of Balloons, Gliders, Kites , Tethering or Towing of Balloons, Gliders, Kites, Parascending Parachutes and Airships , Gliders, Kites, Parascending Parachutes and Airships Please find below details of the CAA Publication


Airspace coordination notices, large balloon releases and other events | Commercial industry

Information for planning an event within UK airspace


for anyone planning a major firework, kite, laser show, sky lantern release or tethered balloons. Find out


General Aviation | General aviation

Information for recreational flying

Permission The CAA behavioural and attitudinal fitness assessment Parachuting Kites Safety Standards


Insurance | Commercial industry

To qualify for licensing, air carriers must demonstrate they have sufficient levels of insurance

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Information for the public about drones | Consumers

Guidance for people who do not fly drones

), a small unmanned aircraft means any unmanned aircraft, other than a balloon or a kite, having a mass


Regulations relating to the commercial use of small drones | Commercial industry

A permission from the CAA is required for any commercial work with a drone

. A small unmanned aircraft is defined as ‘any unmanned aircraft, other than a balloon or a kite, having


SARG Policy: Non-Standard and Enhanced Non-Standard Flights in the UK Flight Information Regions

, balloon or kite flights that could adversely affect the normal operation of other airspace users and may


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