ORS4 No.1279: Small Unmanned Aircraft with a Mass Greater than 7kg – Operations above 400ft within Controlled Airspace and/or Aerodrome Traffic Zones

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Reference:ORS4 No.1279
Title:Small Unmanned Aircraft with a Mass Greater than 7kg – Operations above 400ft within Controlled Airspace and/or Aerodrome Traffic Zones
Description:General Permission which rectifies an unintended consequence within the 2018 ANO amendment. It reinstates the ability for an air traffic control unit, having already permitted a flight of a small UAS (mass greater than 7kg) within the controlled airspace or the aerodrome traffic zone that it is responsible for, to permit that small unmanned aircraft to fly in excess of 400 feet above the surface within that same airspace.
Status:Withdrawn on 13 March 2019
Review Comment:No longer required, due to a change in regulations
Version:1
Date:6 September 2018
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