Pembrokeshire Photgraphy has the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) “Permission for Commercial Operations” PfCO which means, as a licenced commercial operator of UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) we are governed and regulated by the CAA.
The PfCO is mandatory for anyone operating a commercial aerial photography drone business in the UK, along with adequate public liability insurance.
Our pilot is very experienced and has passed the CAA-approved exams and flight assessments.
To fly a Small Unmanned Aircraft (‘SUA’) in the UK, either commercially or recreationally, all pilots are required to comply with CAP393: Air Navigation Order unless otherwise approved by the CAA.
The main operational conditions for an UAV are:
Pembrokeshire Photography is fully insured against injury and damage for each flight with £5million public liability to fly at altitudes of up to 400 feet. We also have a Night Rating .
The CAA Regulations for UAV - drones are extremely detailed, our operations manual and procedures for each aircraft has been examined and approved for commercial use by the CAA.
Today, the CAA's focus is increasingly on identifying the key risks facing consumers and the wider public, then acting alongside the professional drone industry to minimise the threat of harm.
They combine rule-making, enforcement action and influencing into a flexible and pro-active approach to ensure that industry is focused on addressing these risks.