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Dronamics given LUC licence to fly cargo drones throughout the EU

Dronamics has announced that the company has become a holder of the EU’s Light UAS Operator Certificate (LUC), recognised in all EU member states and provides drone operators with significant business opportunities across the single market.

According to a company press release:​

“The announcement was made during EBACE (European Business Aviation Conference Exhibition) and comes at a key moment as we prepare for the first commercial flights of our flagship Black Swan aircraft later this year. Carrying 350 kg at a distance of up to 2,500 km, the Black Swan aims to transform supply chains by making fulfillment more efficient, resulting in cost, time, and carbon emission savings.”

The was licence granted by the Transport Malta Civil Aviation Directorate (TM – CAD), the country’s Civil Aviation Authority.

“The licence allows us to self-authorise flight operations of our Black Swan aircraft across EU countries, including Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) operations,” says Dronamics. “This announcement comes at a time when we prepare to scale up our operations and run our first commercial flights out of Malta and Italy later this year. With Malta as our European operations base, we are well placed to operate its first routes over the Mediterranean, linking key hubs across the region.”

For more information

https://www.dronamics.com/first-dronecargo-operational-licence

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