Europe publishes common drone rules, giving operators a year to prepare

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Europe has today published common rules for the use of drones. The European Union  Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) says the regulations, which will apply universally across the region, are intended to help drone operators of all stripes have a clear understanding of what is and is not allowed.

Having a common set of rules will also means drones can be operated across European borders without worrying about differences in regulations.

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