English Channel Non permanent Hazard Space Advanced – State Requirement – Drones Information
Due to government requirements, the CAA had to set up a new TDA complex (Temporary Danger Area) over the English Channel between August 31 and September 30, 2020.
This complex replaces the previously registered areas. The temporary hazardous areas are used by remote controlled aircraft systems (RPAS) that operate out of line of sight. The RPAS does not have detection and avoidance capabilities.
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Only the necessary danger areas are activated.
A Danger Area Activity Information Service (DAAIS) will be available from London Information on the 124.6 MHz frequency. In addition, a DAAIS from Lydd Approach with a frequency of 120.705 MHz will be available during the hours of ATC surveillance.
For more information, see the TEMPORARY DANGER AREAS under News on the NATS AIS website.
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