It is no longer just the large aircraft that dominate the airspace, but also increasingly smaller objects such as drones or, in the near future, flight taxis. Drones are also becoming increasingly interesting for companies. They make it possible to move things from A to B in a short time, or to take aerial photos of factories or the company premises.
Flying a drone, however, also means complying with many laws and guidelines. For example, the vehicle can be flown a maximum of 100 meters above the ground. Permits are often required to fly over plots of land. In addition, EASA has developed guidelines that apply, for example, to areas near airports.