Proposed Changes to Australian Drone Laws

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CASA is seeking public feedback on planned changes to drone laws in Australia. While these reforms may increase the cost of drone usage for certain users, they aim to provide greater operational flexibility to experienced drone operators and improve safety for all remote pilot license (RePL) holders through test standards and regulation. Recreational drone users are largely unaffected by the proposed reforms, as new stronger and clearer laws covering recreational use were introduced late last year. The proposed Part 101 (unmanned aircraft and rockets) Manual of Standards 2018 (CD 1807US) includes: Aeronautical knowledge examination and practical competency standards for RePL […]