What do the latest UK UAS regulations mean for you and your organisation?

By Aviation Safety Insights

In June 2019, the European Union published a set of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) regulations including, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, referred to as the Implementing Regulation (IR) and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945, referred as the Delegated Regulation (DR). Both regulations have been introduced and are applicable in the UK under the European Union Withdrawal Act 2018. What do the new regulations mean for the UAS industry?

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Greener restart to air operations: Opportunities to mitigate aviation impact on climate change

By Environment Insights

The socio-economic benefits of air transport are significant, but so are the environmental costs. The aviation sector has experienced substantial growth in the past decades, resulting in increased emitted greenhouse gas emissions. In this blog, we examine the primary considerations for aviation to emerge from the pandemic greener and more innovative.

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Evidence-Based Training: is your organisation prepared?

By Aviation Safety Insights

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published a significant change to Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 ‘Aircrew’ and 965/2012 ‘Air Operations’ related to flight crew competence and training methods requirements. The Aircrew Regulation has been amended by Regulation (EU) 2020/2193, and the Air Operations Regulation has been amended by Regulation (EU) 2020/2036.

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In the development of a positive security culture, what lessons and best practices can we take from the experience of aviation safety?

By Aviation Security Insights

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” is the often-cited refrain attributed to management consultant and writer Peter Drucker. What Drucker and many others have observed is that without the buy-in and commitment of an organisation’s people at all levels, the best strategies, plans and procedures are unlikely to succeed.

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How aviation contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

By Aviation Safety Insights, Aviation Security Insights, Environment Insights

In 1996, the United Nations (UN) declared the 7th December as International Civil Aviation Day. The day has been celebrated by the International Civil Aviation Organisation and the global aviation community since to recognise and raise awareness of the importance of aviation, especially international air travel to the social, economic and environmental development of the world.

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