I heard about this incident this evening, and just found this Aviation Herald Article. A Lufthansa a321 enroute from Frankfurt (EDDF) to Munich (EDDM) was on approach at Munich when it had a near collision with a drone. I think regulations on drones need to come, and FAST!
When are the regulators going to learn? It will eventually cause unaviodable deaths if no action is taken.
One drone could kill >200 peoples… I think we have to stop sales drones
I don’t think that drones should stop being sold entirely. I just think that people who operate drones have to have licences, and maybe even back ground checks before operating drones.
In Germany there’s a regulatory for drones?
I don’t think so.
Here in Germany, I heard that they are planning regulations. It would be (Information could be outdated!) that every drone over 500 grams need a registration from the Luftfahrtbundesamt and you would need a license if you want to use it commercially. I don’t knownif they still have the same plans.
My drone is only 430g, tough. 😅👍
People should learn how to use drones correctly. You shouldn’t be flying a drone at 5000 feet around an airports approach. I have a drone (just a small one) and I don’t do anything stupid with it. I don’t believe that they should stop selling drones or that you should have a license to fly a drone, but I do believe that there should be regulations on where you can fly it at, like around an airport.
As a drone user, I am not an idiotic one. I use it for photography and projects, not flying it crazily around an airport.
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