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Drone Regulation in Italy

December 10 2019 A structured guide to drone regulation in Italy

No-show rule and round-trip tickets

January 25 2017 The Competition Authority has often fined Airlines for imposing limits on round-trip tickets which force passengers to take flights in the order…

European Commission proposes extending aviation emissions cap exemption

March 15 2017 The European Commission recently announced its proposal to amend the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, with the aim of contributing to EU climate…

Additional COVID-19 measures introduced for aviation industry

May 13 2020 The government recently introduced additional measures to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. A number of specific rules were introduced for the transport…

Ryanair and Codacons agree ADR mechanism for flight compensation claims

October 2 2019 Due to the continued increase in the number of commercial flights and the resulting growth of passenger compensation claims under the EU Flight Delay…

Drone Regulation: European Union

September 23 2021 Following the publication of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 in the Official Journal of the European Union on 22 August 2018 (the ‘new’ Basic Regulation), a…

Snapshot: drone certification and licensing in Italy

September 22 2021 A brief overview of key certification and licensing requirements for drone operations in Italy, including eligibility, procedures and fees.

First-step analysis: drone operations and maintenance in Italy

September 22 2021 A brief Q&A guide to the regulations governing drone operations and maintenance in Italy, including key safety and insurance requirements.

Drone Regulation: Introduction

September 3 2021 <p>Drones are considered among the most dynamic and multi-purpose innovation of the 21st century to the point that, over the past few years, they have become widely used in several economic sectors worldwide. With a continuously growing trend and applications ranging from movie and TV shoots to delivery services, from agriculture to patrol and surveillance tasks, drones have entered on a large scale in a number of commercial markets and also military operations, confirming themselves to be extremely beneficial in practical situations where humans cannot gain access or act in an efficient and timely manner.</p>