Coordinated BVLOS flights start in unsegregated airspace in Poland

The first coordinated beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight in unsegregated airspace took place in Poland on 18 February 2019.

The flight took place in the Warsaw flight information region (FIR), coordinated by the UAV Operations Department in Poland’s air navigation service provider PANSA according to the new rules for drone operations in unsegregated airspace, introduced in February 2019.

A NOTAM was issued for the flight – the first ever NOTAM issued for a flight of unmanned aircraft with a take-off mass less than 25kg used in BVLOS operations in an unsegregated airspace, according to a LinkedIn post by Pawel Korzec, Co-founder and CEO at DroneRadar.

G0214/19 NOTAMN

  1. Q) EPWW/QWULW/IV/BO /AW/000/005/5216N02053E001
  2. A) EPBC B) 1902201000 C) 1902231600
  3. D) 1000-1600
  4. E) NAVIGATION WARNING:

FLIGHTS OF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES (UAV) BEYOND VISUAL LINE OF

SIGHT (BVLOS) – ATZ BABICE.

LATERAL LIMITS (WGS-84):

1.521641N 0205325E

2.521637N 0205323E

3.521632N 0205354E

4.521637N 0205356E

VERTICAL LIMITS:

GND-500FT AMSL

CONTACT: +48 723 298 168

  1. F) GND G) 500FT AMSL

CREATED: 18 Feb 2019 12:49:00

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