Drone by Drone has finished teaching the course to obtain the Radiophonist certificate, on February 27 and 28, carrying out the theoretical and practical phase during both days.
The radio operator qualification allows the UAS pilot to carry out air operations in controlled airspace, being one of the requirements imposed by RD1036/2017 in its article 33.1, which is still in force. It is necessary to have the radio operator certificate from the drone pilot to fly in controlled airspace and to obtain the relevant authorization from ENAIRE or AESA, both for EASA operations (under European regulations) and for NON-EASA operations (under RD1036/2017 and RD1180/2018)
The students have satisfactorily passed both phases after attending 8 hours of face-to-face classes, as established in Appendix I of Acceptable Means of Compliance Related to the Training and Certification of RPAS Pilots for Training Organizations.
A great opportunity to continue training as a UAS pilot and prepare for the future.