FlyingBasket proudly announces that it has become the first in Italy to be granted a Light UAS Operator Certificate by the Italian aviation authority — ENAC - Ente Nazionale Per L'Aviazione Civile.

This milestone marks a significant step forward for FlyingBasket, the Italian drone manufacturer and operator that can now authorise its own operations. 

"The Light UAS Operator Certificate opens up new avenues for our cargo drone operations, enabling us to expand our services, explore the applications further, and collect use cases with various clients. This certification not only validates our commitment to compliance and safety but also positions us as leaders in the drone industry. " - appreciatively stated Moritz Moroder, CEO of FlyingBasket.

The LUC (Light UAS operator Certificate) permits the operator holding the certificate, to approve its operations. This certificate is granted to an operator after a demonstration of a high level of maturity, safety, and compliance.

FlyingBasket extends its sincere gratitude to the ENAC LUC team for their support and collaboration throughout the certification process.  We are grateful for the trust you've placed in our project and company. ENAC's commitment to fostering innovation and ensuring the safe integration of unmanned aerial systems has been fundamental to our achievement. We appreciate the trust and great collaboration, which will help us revolutionize the operations in logistics and lifting with cargo drones.  

FlyingBasket is an Italian company based in Bolzano, Italy, specializing in the design and production of cargo drones, with a payload capacity of 100 kg. The start-up was founded in 2015 and since its inception has become the benchmark in the commercial cargo drone industry. In October 2023 FlyingBasket launched commercially its FB3 cargo drone, more about it here. The use of cargo drones opens up exciting possibilities for businesses looking to overcome logistical challenges and explore new avenues for growth. Moreover, FlyingBasket provides drone lifting and transportation services in the sectors: logistics, energy, telecommunications and more.

Source: FlyingBasket