DGAC and new regulations in France

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  1. Denis56

    Denis56 Moderator
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    Hi,

    DGAC is the French department for air transports in France. DGAC homepage for UAVs:
    http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/-Drones-aeronefs-telepilotes-.html

    DGAC in France is the equivalent of the FAA in USA.

    A new regulation for drones in France was published in december, 24th, 2015. It will be applied from January, 1, 2016:
    Nouvel arrêté du 17 décembre 2015 (applicable au 1er janvier 2016) relatif à la conception des aéronefs civils qui circulent sans personne à bord, aux conditions de leur emploi et aux capacités requises des personnes qui les utilisent
    Link of the PDF file/Lien du fichier PDF:
    http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/jo_pdf_frame-conception.pdf

    A new education program for professional pilots of drones and examination should appear before the end of March 2016 in France. Nouveau projet de formation professionnelle pour les téléopérateurs de drones en France proposé à la consultation sur le site de la Fédération Professionnelle des Drones Civils (FPDC)/
    Draft regulation has been proposed in consultation on the website of the FPDC (French professionnal organization for civils drones):
    http://www.federation-drone.org/dgacfpdc-consultation-publique-sur-projet-de-larrete-formation/
    http://www.federation-drone.org
     
  2. mikeroycollins

    mikeroycollins New Member

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    So basically what the CAA have done in the UK
     
  3. Denis56

    Denis56 Moderator
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  4. Jan R. Scheve

    Jan R. Scheve New Member

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    Looks like the European authorities have made the rules similar for all countries. The French rules correspond well with the Norwegians.
     
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