Proposed new remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) registration and RPAS operator accreditation scheme (PP 1816US)

Closes 22 Feb 2019

Consultation Contents

In 2019, CASA plans to introduce a scheme to ensure all drones weighing more than 250 grams are registered and the people flying them are accredited. Any drones 250 grams and under that are flown commercially will also need to be registered.

The first 2 sections of the consultation are about the consultation and ask you for some information about yourself.

The next 3 sections of the consultation relate to the proposed scheme.

When you have completed the consultation, click the ‘Finish’ button at the bottom right of this page.

The following Fact Bank provides a snapshot of the steps you will need to take under the scheme depending on who you are and what you fly your drone for. Please note, CASA uses RPA (remotely piloted aircraft) to refer to drones.

Policy Proposal - Proposed new remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) registration and RPAS operator accreditation

 

To enlarge Table 1: Requirements for RPA registration and accreditation, please click on the link below.

RPAS Policy Proposal Table

 

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Personal information (Required)
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Consent to publish your submission (Required)
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Registration
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Accreditation
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Registration and accreditation - considerations
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