IN-2014/115: Small Unmanned Aircraft: Special Operations - Future Requirement for a Safety Case Assessment

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Reference:IN-2014/115
Title:Small Unmanned Aircraft: Special Operations - Future Requirement for a Safety Case Assessment
Description:The purpose of this Information Notice is to inform operators of civil Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) and Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft (SUSA) within the weight category 7 - 20 kg that there will be a future need for their aircraft to be assessed for airworthiness in relation to operating within 150 m of a congested area. The operator will need to put forward a ‘safety case’ to the CAA (or potentially another approved entity) for an assessment of the proposed type of operation, which will also include initial and continuing airworthiness considerations.
Status:Cancelled on 15 November 2016
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:17 July 2014
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