CASA Regulations

Need help with understanding what you need to know about drones?

Who is CASA?

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is a government body that regulates Australian aviation safety.  They licence pilots, register aircraft, oversee and promote safety.

They were established as an independent statutory authority in July 1995 and work together with the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities and Airservices Australia.

The drone safety rules vary depending on whether you are flying commercially or for fun (recreationally).  CASA can help you understand what you need to know.

Before you take off, visit the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) website for more information on drone resources and links, there are a few things you need to remember for everyone's safety.

Using drones in controlled airspace

Visit the Airservices website for more information about using drones in controlled airspace.