Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise (UkSATSE) advocates the incorporation of drones into the general rules for the use of airspace to ensure the safety of flights of all users. It was stated by UkSATSE's Acting Director Andriy Yarmak in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.
"I am convinced that drones are the future and will soon be incorporated into the general rules for the use of airspace. The use of drones in controlled airspace should be carried out only under the control of the controller to maintain the safety of all users," he said.
As for the operation of drones in uncontrolled space, according to Yarmak, this also requires some software control.
As we reported earlier, the first airport for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is expected to appear in Kyiv by 2025.
"We have a Quadroport project that we want to build in Kyiv. It will be the first drone airport where any type of UAV can be tested ... This is an ambitious project. We expect it to be finished somewhere by 2025. So far, business the component is quite small, but we look at the development and understand that it is a necessary step," the statement said.