Different options to open legislation in order to view more content on screen at once. — (1) This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2020. the remote pilot must not fly the unmanned aircraft on that flight or that part of that flight. On 31 December 2020, an amendment to the United Kingdom (UK) Air Navigation Order 2016 (ANO) will enter into force. (2) This Order comes into force on 31st December 2020. Under the Air Navigation Order, any aircraft commander flying in UK airspace who believes his aircraft has collided with one or more birds has a duty to inform the Civil Aviation Authority, whether or not damage was caused. 10. (5) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(a) is a requirement in any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. 2019/1286) cease to have effect. Access essential accompanying documents and information for this legislation item from this tab. The flying of “small unmanned aircraft” up to 20kg in mass is currently regulated by articles 94, 94A to 94G and 95 of the 2016 Order which deal, for example, with registration of operators and acknowledgements of competency for remote pilots. Omit articles 94C(4), 94D, 94E, 94F, 94G and 95. For the purposes of paragraphs (1)(a) and (3), a requirement in any provision of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is to be read together with any other provision of that Regulation that contains any exception, derogation or qualification relating to that requirement. This Order is the Air Navigation (Flight Crew Recency — Exemption) Order 2020 and comes into operation on 1 May 2020. AUTHORITY: A1. (2) A UAS operator who contravenes paragraph (1) is guilty of an offence. ““unmanned aircraft” means any aircraft operating or designed to operate autonomously or to be piloted remotely without a pilot on board; “Unmanned Aircraft Delegated Regulation” means Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 of 12 March 2019 on unmanned aircraft systems and on third-country operators of unmanned aircraft systems(6); “Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation” means Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947 of 24 May 2019 on the rules and procedures for the operation of unmanned aircraft(7); “unmanned aircraft subject to certification” means any unmanned aircraft forming part of a UAS required to be certified under Article 40(1)(a), (b) or (c) of the Unmanned Aircraft Delegated Regulation;”. (2) The minimum age of 16 years for remote pilots operating a UAS in the ‘specific’ category is lowered—, (a)to 14 years in accordance with Article 9(3)(b) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation; or. ““UAS” refers to an unmanned aircraft system, and means an unmanned aircraft and the equipment to control it remotely; “UAS operator” means any person operating or intending to operate one or more UAS;”; (h)after the definition of “United Kingdom licence” insert—. This Air Navigation Order (ANO) is being issued by the Director General Civil Aviation Authority in pursuance of Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority Ordinance 1982, Civil Aviation Rules (CARs 1994), National Aviation Policy (NAP-2019), ICAO and other International Amendments to the Air Navigation Order The Air Navigation Order (ANO) has been amended by the Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2020 (S711/2020) which came into operation … 6. (a)in the words before paragraph (a), for “flight by a small unmanned aircraft except a flight for public transport, or any operation of any other aircraft except an operation” substitute “operation of an aircraft other than”; “(b)which, when not made available to the public, is performed under a contract between an operator and a customer, where the latter has no control over the operator,”. (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, which were laid in March 2020. by deleting the definition of “munitions of war”. 1972 c. 68. (a)at the time of take-off, the remote pilot reasonably holds the view that the requirements in Article 4(1) of, and Part A of the Annex to, the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation will be met in respect of the planned flight (an ‘open’ category flight); (2) A remote pilot who contravenes paragraph (1) in relation to a flight, and who was not also the UAS operator in relation to that flight, is guilty of an offence. It also creates criminal offences for breaches of requirements in that Regulation. (a)not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale if the offence relates to contravention of a relevant requirement referred to in article 265B(5)(c) or (7)(c) (requirements for remote pilot to carry proof of competency); (b)not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale if the offence relates to contravention of a relevant requirement referred to in article 265B(5)(b), (5)(e) or (7)(b) (requirements for remote pilot to have appropriate competency and verify MTOM); (c)not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale in any other case. This Order is made in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 60(1), (2)(b), (3)(d), (e), (h), (n) and (q) and (4), 61(1)(a) and 101(1)(a) of, and Schedule 13 to, the Civil Aviation Act 1982(1), and section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972(2). ‘open’ category means a category of UAS operations that is defined in Article 4 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation; ‘specific’ category means a category of UAS operations that is defined in Article 5 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation. the requirements in Article 4(1) of, and Part A of the Annex to, the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation are met for that flight (an ‘open’ category flight); at the time of the flight, one of the following is valid for the flight (a ‘specific’ category flight)—. 2018/1160, S.I. 265E.—(1) A UAS operator must not cause or permit a tethered small unmanned aircraft to be flown, unless the following requirements of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation are complied with in relation to the tethered small unmanned aircraft—. It is useful to new pilots as a learning aid, and to experienced pilots as a quick reference guide. At the Court at Windsor Castle, the 16th day of December 2020, The Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty in Council. In paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 (interpretation)—, (a)after the definition of “low visibility operations” insert—. 265D.—(1) In accordance with Article 9(3)(a) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation, the minimum age for remote pilots operating a UAS in the ‘open’ category is lowered from 16 years to 12 years. (c)the UAS and the UAS operator have been certified as required by Article 6(1) or (2) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation (a ‘certified’ category flight). 5.—(1) Article 23 (exceptions from application of provisions of the Order for certain classes of aircraft) is amended as follows. (2) A certificate of registration issued to any person under article 94C(1) of the Air Navigation Order 2016 before 31st December 2020 has effect, from 31st December 2020 until the date on which it would have expired, as evidence that that person has satisfied the registration requirement in Article 14(5) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation. (i)point UAS.LUC.020(2) (scope and privileges of the LUC); (ii)point UAS.LUC.020(3) (operational control system); (iii)point UAS.LUC.020(4) (operational risk assessment); (iv)point UAS.LUC.020(5) (LUC record-keeping); (v)point UAS.LUC.090 (access to records). In accordance with Article 9(3)(a) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation, the minimum age for remote pilots operating a UAS in the ‘open’ category is lowered from 16 years to 12 years. Article 265F sets out the maximum penalties for each criminal offence. Article 94A of the 2016 Order is amended so that it will continue to require additional permissions for flights by unmanned aircraft over or near certain aerodromes, and this too will apply to all sizes of unmanned aircraft except those subject to certification. This Order consolidates with amendments the provisions of the Air Navigation Order 2009 (S.I. As a result of the revocation of article 94C, the Air Navigation (Minimum Age for Operators of Small Unmanned Aircraft) Regulations 2019 (S.I. For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(a) is a requirement in any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. For the purposes of paragraphs (1) and (2), any reference to an “unmanned aircraft” or “UAS” in the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is to be read as if it includes a tethered small unmanned aircraft or a system that includes such an aircraft. any unmanned aircraft other than an unmanned aircraft subject to certification. The European Communities Act 1972 (“the 1972 Act”) was repealed by section 1 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (c. 16) with effect from exit day, but saved with modifications until IP completion day by section 1A of that Act (as inserted by section 1 of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 (c. 1)). 2018/623, S.I. Article 265D reduces the minimum age for remote pilots to 12 or 14 in certain categories and, until the end of the transition period, makes it an offence for a UAS operator to cause or permit an unmanned aircraft to be flown by a remote pilot who is not older than the relevant age. aircraft and air navigation service providers to equip and use surveillance equipment ... applies from 20th May 2020, was not included within the Air Traffic Management (Amendment etc.) If the permission that is required under paragraph (4) of this article for a flight, or a part of a flight, by an unmanned aircraft has not been obtained—, the UAS operator must not cause or permit the unmanned aircraft to be flown on that flight or that part of the flight, and. Offence: registration of certified unmanned aircraft. 94A.—(1) If the permission that is required under paragraph (4) of this article for a flight, or a part of a flight, by an unmanned aircraft has not been obtained—, (a)the UAS operator must not cause or permit the unmanned aircraft to be flown on that flight or that part of the flight, and. (3) An acknowledgement of competency issued to any person under article 94E(1) of the Air Navigation Order 2016 before 31st December 2020 has effect, from 31st December 2020 until the date on which it would have expired, as evidence that that person has the appropriate competency required by point UAS.OPEN.020(4)(b) of Part A of the Annex to the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation. (4) A UAS operator who contravenes paragraph (3) is guilty of an offence. (9) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph 1(b)(iii) is a requirement of any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. (ii)article 265E(1)(b) (display of registration number); (iii)article 265E(1)(d) (designation of remote pilot); (iv)article 265E(1)(e) (geo-awareness updates); (v)article 265E(2)(b)(ii) (competency); or. (c)Article 19(2) (reporting safety occurrences); (d)point UAS.OPEN.050(3) of Part A of the Annex (designation of remote pilot); (e)point UAS.OPEN.050(5) of Part A of the Annex (geo-awareness updates). Articles 3 to 5 and 12 make consequential amendments to the 2016 Order, and article 11 also inserts necessary definitions. (7) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(b)(ii) is a requirement in any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. Article 9 inserts new articles 265A to 265F into the 2016 Order. No changes have been applied to the text. Published in Subsidiary Legislation Supplement, Published in Subsidiary Legislation Supplement on 28 Aug 2020, [G.N. (a)any material to be dropped from, or dangerous goods to be carried on, the aircraft during flight; (b)the aircraft to be flown where the limit imposed by the restraining device is more than 25m long. Offences: tethered small unmanned aircraft, A UAS operator must not cause or permit a tethered small unmanned aircraft to be flown, unless the following requirements of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation are complied with in relation to the tethered small unmanned aircraft—. The amendment has been developed by the UK Government … An Explanatory Memorandum has been published alongside this instrument on the UK legislation website at www.legislation.gov.uk. In article 270(2) (competent authority), after sub-paragraph (e) insert—. point UAS.SPEC.060(1)(a) (fitness to fly); point UAS.SPEC.060(1)(b), insofar as it relates to having the appropriate competency; point UAS.SPEC.060(1)(b), insofar as it relates to carrying proof of competency; point UAS.SPEC.060(2)(c) (certain safety checks); point UAS.SPEC.060(3)(a) (authorised limitations and conditions); point UAS.SPEC.060(3)(b) (risk avoidance); point UAS.SPEC.060(3)(c) (geographical zones); point UAS.SPEC.060(3)(d) (operator’s procedures); point UAS.SPEC.060(3)(e) (flights close to emergency response). (5) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(a) is a requirement imposed in any of the following provisions of Part A of the Annex to the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. Amendment to the Air Navigation (Isle … These changes are reflected in Columns 10, 11 and 1 2 of the Schedule to the 2015 Order. (4) For the purposes of paragraphs (1)(a) and (3), a requirement in any provision of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is to be read together with any other provision of that Regulation that contains any exception, derogation or qualification relating to that requirement. an operational authorisation issued to the UAS operator under Article 12 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation; a LUC with appropriate privileges granted to the UAS operator in accordance with point UAS.LUC.060 of the Annex to that Regulation; an authorisation issued in accordance with Article 16 of that Regulation; or. Under the Air Navigation Order, the main distinction between public transport and private flights is the question of payment or reward. 01/01/2020 Page 1 of 15 ANO-003-ATNR-2.0 A. (3) A UAS operator must not cause or permit an unmanned aircraft other than a tethered small unmanned aircraft to be flown by a remote pilot who does not meet the minimum age for operating a UAS required by Article 9 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation, subject to paragraphs (1) and (2). This item of legislation is currently only available in its original format. The UAS operator or a remote pilot of a tethered small unmanned aircraft must not cause or permit—. “(c)any unmanned aircraft other than an unmanned aircraft subject to certification”. A UAS operator must not cause or permit an unmanned aircraft other than a tethered small unmanned aircraft to be flown by a remote pilot who does not meet the minimum age for operating a UAS required by Article 9 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation, subject to paragraphs (1) and (2). Changes we have not yet applied to the text, can be found in the ‘Changes to Legislation’ area. (2) This Order comes into force on 31st December 2020. which is flown within limits imposed by a restraining device which attaches the aircraft to the surface or to a person on the surface;”; (g)after the definition of “Type rating” insert—. Subject to paragraph (3), a remote pilot must not fly a tethered small unmanned aircraft unless the following requirements of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation are complied with in relation to the tethered small unmanned aircraft—, where the tethered small unmanned aircraft has a MTOM of less than 250g, the following provisions of Part A of the Annex to that Regulation—. in the words before paragraph (a), for “flight by a small unmanned aircraft except a flight for public transport, or any operation of any other aircraft except an operation” substitute “operation of an aircraft other than”; which, when not made available to the public, is performed under a contract between an operator and a customer, where the latter has no control over the operator. 2019/261 and prospectively by S.I. for “a small unmanned aircraft” substitute “an unmanned aircraft”; for “SUA operator” substitute “UAS operator”. (a)‘open’ category means a category of UAS operations that is defined in Article 4 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation; (b)‘specific’ category means a category of UAS operations that is defined in Article 5 of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation. 265C.—(1) The owner of an unmanned aircraft required by Article 6(1) or (2) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation to be certified must not cause or permit that aircraft to be flown unless the owner has first registered that aircraft in accordance with Article 14(7) of that Regulation. 265F.—(1) Any person guilty of an offence under article 265A(2) or article 265B(2) is liable on summary conviction—. The ordinary rules of airworthiness, safety and private pilot licensing and crew are still applicable to private flights. Point UAS.OPEN.040(4)(c) if, at the time of take-off, the remote pilot intends to comply with points UAS.OPEN.040(1) and (2) of that Annex, (7) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(b)(i) or (ii) is a requirement imposed in any of the following provisions of Part B of the Annex to the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. (6) In the case of an individual, the CAA must not issue a unique digital registration number to a UAS operator in accordance with Article 14(6) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation unless the UAS operator is at least 18 years of age. CAP.6, O 2] [Air Navigation Order 1990 Ed. not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale if the offence relates to the requirement in article 265E(2)(b)(v) (requirement for remote pilot to carry proof of competency); not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale if the offence relates to a requirement referred to in—. (3) A UAS operator who contravenes a relevant requirement imposed in the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is guilty of an offence. (4) In paragraph (4), in the words before sub-paragraph (a)—. (a)at the beginning, insert “Subject to paragraph (4A),”; (b)for “a small unmanned aircraft” substitute “an unmanned aircraft”. They aim to make the Statutory Instrument accessible to readers who are not legally qualified and accompany any Statutory Instrument or Draft Statutory Instrument laid before Parliament from June 2004 onwards. by deleting the words “munitions of war or” in sub‑paragraphs (1), (2), (3)(. This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order 2007 and comes into force on 9th January 2008. (a)not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale if the offence relates to the requirement in article 265E(2)(b)(v) (requirement for remote pilot to carry proof of competency); (b)not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale if the offence relates to a requirement referred to in—. or holds a permit under Article 252 of the Air Navigation Order 2016. Article 19(2) (reporting safety occurrences); point UAS.OPEN.050(3) of Part A of the Annex (designation of remote pilot); point UAS.OPEN.050(5) of Part A of the Annex (geo-awareness updates). aera® 760. In exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Air Navigation Act, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, with the approval of the Minister for Transport, makes the following Order: one copy of which must (during the period of validity of the certificate) be carried in the aircraft when required under regulation 7 of the Air Navigation (91 — General Operating Rules) Regulations 2018; and. the UAS and the UAS operator have been certified as required by Article 6(1) or (2) of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation (a ‘certified’ category flight). 3.—(1) In article 7 (meaning of “commercial operation”)—. A full impact assessment has not been produced for this instrument, as no, or no significant impact on the private or voluntary sectors is foreseen. (4) For the purposes of paragraphs (1) and (2), any reference to an “unmanned aircraft” or “UAS” in the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is to be read as if it includes a tethered small unmanned aircraft or a system that includes such an aircraft. 9. (6) For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1)(b)(i) is a requirement in any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. Any person guilty of an offence under article 265E(7) is liable on summary conviction to a fine—. 1]. Any person guilty of an offence under article 265B(3) is liable on summary conviction to a fine—. A UAS operator who contravenes a relevant requirement imposed in the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation is guilty of an offence. Territories) Order 2001, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to order as follows: Citation and Commencement 1. (6) The UAS operator must not cause or permit a small tethered unmanned aircraft to be flown unless the UAS operator has reasonably formed the view that the remote pilot of the aircraft complies with the requirement specified in paragraph (2)(b)(ii) in relation to that flight. (ii)article 265A(5)(b) (display of registration number); (iii)article 265A(5)(d)(i) (designation of remote pilot); (iv)article 265A(5)(d)(ii) (competency of remote pilot); (v)article 265A(5)(d)(iii) (geo-awareness updates); (vii)article 265A(6)(b) (display of registration number); (viii)article 265A(6)(d)(ii) (designation of remote pilot or allocation of responsibilities for autonomous operations); (ix)article 265A(6)(d)(iii) (competence of remote pilot); (x)article 265A(6)(d)(iv) (operations manual); (xi)article 265A(6)(d)(vi) (record-keeping); (xii)article 265A(6)(vii) (access to records); (xiv)article 265A(7)(b) (display of registration number); (xv)article 265A(7)(d)(ii) (designation of remote pilot or allocation of responsibilities for autonomous operations); (xvi)article 265A(7)(d)(iii) (competency of remote pilot); (xvii)article 265A(7)(d)(iv) (operations manual); (xviii)article 265A(7)(d)(vi) (record-keeping); (xix)article 265A(7)(e)(iv) (LUC record-keeping); (xx)article 265A(7)(e)(v) (access to records); (xxi)article 265A(9)(a) (registration); or. (b)in Scotland or Northern Ireland to a fine not exceeding the statutory maximum. Any person guilty of an offence under article 265A(2) or article 265B(2) is liable on summary conviction—. No. (a)point UAS.OPEN.010(2) (maximum operating height); (b)point UAS.OPEN.060(1)(a), insofar as it relates to having the appropriate competency in the intended subcategory of flight; (c)point UAS.OPEN.060(1)(a), insofar as it relates to carrying proof of competency; (d)point UAS.OPEN.060(1)(d) (certain safety checks); (e)point UAS.OPEN.060(1)(e) (MTOM check); (f)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(a) (fitness to fly); (g)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(b), insofar as it requires the remote pilot to keep the unmanned aircraft in visual line of sight; (h)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(b), insofar as it relates to discontinuing the flight in certain circumstances; (i)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(c) (geographical zones); (j)point UAS.OPEN.060(3) (flights close to emergency response). The term 'aerial work' has been replaced with 'commercial operation' throughout the ANO to make it easier to distinguish between non-commercial GA operations and commercial or public transport. There are other amendments but none are relevant. (vii)point UAS.SPEC.100 (use of certified equipment). PRELIMINARY: Citation: 1. For the purposes of paragraph (3), a “relevant requirement” in relation to a flight conducted in the circumstances referred to in paragraph 1(b)(iii) is a requirement of any of the following provisions of the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation—. at the time of take-off, the remote pilot reasonably holds the view that the requirements in Article 4(1) of, and Part A of the Annex to, the Unmanned Aircraft Implementing Regulation will be met in respect of the planned flight (an ‘open’ category flight); A remote pilot who contravenes paragraph (1) in relation to a flight, and who was not also the UAS operator in relation to that flight, is guilty of an offence. PART I (i)point UAS.OPEN.010(2) (maximum operating height); (ii)point UAS.OPEN.020(2) (overflight of people); (iii)point UAS.OPEN.060(1)(d) (certain safety checks); (iv)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(a) (fitness to fly); (v)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(b), insofar as it requires the remote pilot to keep the unmanned aircraft in visual line of sight; (vi)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(b), insofar as it relates to discontinuing the flight in certain circumstances; (vii)point UAS.OPEN.060(2)(c) (geographical zones); (viii)point UAS.OPEN.060(3) (flights close to emergency response); (b)where the tethered small unmanned aircraft has a MTOM 250g or more, the following provisions of Part A of that Annex—. 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