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UK – BMFA Don’t rush to register

Well, it looks like the BMFA and ARPAS are helping push back at the UK's drone registration scheme due to roll out in November.

ARPAS-UK talks to DJI about data security

On June 11th 2019, the Science and Technology Committee were joined by the Defence Committee to continue their Inquiry into Commercial and Recreational Drone Use in the...

ARPAS Statement – BBC 2 Documentary “Britain’s Next Air Disaster? Drones?”...

ARPAS members have expressed deep concern and criticism of the BBC Two documentary, ‘Britain’s Next Air Disaster? Drones?’, which aired on Monday 1 July 2019 and which...

ARPAS-UK FRZ Survey

ARPAS-UK have put together a feedback form for people who have experiences requesting permission to fly in aerodrome FRZs. We are looking to capture both GOOD and...

ARPAS-UK last chance to submit your response to EASA

Special Edition Chairman’s Blog: last chance to submit your response to EASA I’m sure you’ll all be pleased to know that this will be the last time I talk about...

Welcome to new ARPAS-UK Legislation Director

Jon Parker, Legislation Director, ARPAS-UK, has stepped down due to friends and family health issues. Jon remains a loyal member of ARPAS and we hope to see him at...

ARPAS-UK Supports the Safe Use of Drones in the UK

ARPAS-UK welcomes the Department for Transport’s publication released on 22nd July 2017, and is pleased to have participated in the consultation process directly, with its own response and consolidated...

DJI, the World’s Leader in Civilian Drones and Aerial Imaging Technology,...

ARPAS-UK, the professional trade association for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems in the UK, is delighted to welcome DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, as...

ARPAS lands at #hellodigital Inverness

#hellodigital, part of Highlands and Islands Enterprise, is working with national trade body ARPAS-UK on a week-long event which will bring the latest in drone technology to Inverness. ‘Drone Week’...