Lithuanian air navigation service provider Oro Navigacija is to publish a procurement notice for services to support national drone operations, according to the company’s LinkedIn post. The company is also drafting relevant legislation in line with new EU regulatory requirements. This follow’s Oro Navigacija announcement in the second half of 2019 to establish an information system for unmanned aircraft and general aviation flights up to Flight Level 95, or about 3km.
According to the company: “This will facilitate the provision and reception of information required for flight operations in the lower airspace. It is envisaged to create an application on a mobile device which will allow submit the application for the flight (unmanned, paragliding, balloons, general aviation), to obtain approval and the necessary information for the flight, and to learn about the limitations.”
Oro Navigacija is intent upon ensuring “the safety and security of all airspace users and the public,” and takes “into account the international plans to include drones in general air traffic.”
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