The Civil Aviation Directorate within Transport Malta has issued its first Remote Pilot Licenses!18 JANUARY 2021:
The Civil Aviation Directorate within Transport Malta has issued its first Remote Pilot Licenses!
Remote pilots may apply to sit for Remote Pilot Examinations, for both the A1/A3 as well as the A2 subcategories, on the TM-CAD IDRONECT by clicking here.
Some testimonials from our first set of candidates include:
The exam was a straightforward one, with questions directly related to the drone operation and surrounding. Although this is the entry-level examinations, it is an essential exam to take as youll learn about safety and flight regulations. Stephen Wellman
Applying and sitting for the exam was quite straight forward. All COVID-related protocols were taken care of during the examination time. Overall, it must be ensured that all drone pilots operating in Malta need to pass some exams ensuring they know the least health and safety for both themselves and other third parties, also knowing basic aviation rules and policies with which one must abide to whilst flying." Julian Vella
It is a straightforward multiple-choice exam which relates directly to flying drones and knowledge of your equipment and surroundings. Studying for this exam makes you understand that when flying drones we have to follow certain rules for the safety of any manned aircraft, uninvolved people and even the subjects that we film. Jurgen Aquilina
Details about training for these examinations can be accessed by clicking here.