GVC vs PFCO? New GVC Training Course for 2020

The drone laws are changing and you will need to keep up with all the new updates! So, here’s a quick video to help breakdown the new GVC training you’ll need to fly your drone. Depending on what category your aircraft falls in- you will need particular skills,training and qualification! The new EU Drone Laws 2020 will introduce lots of new rules and regulations you will need to adopt this year. Be ready and keep up with the new by subscribing to Heliguy!

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5 Comments

  1. Baba Narr on November 22, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Turn the sound up Ben.. this clip is really quiet.. i can hardly hear you….

  2. Mobile Freelancer on November 22, 2020 at 9:39 pm

    if this was not good information you would have had a dislike, but because its good info it’s a like. WHY DISLIKE because the audio is beyond terrible and low to a point not even headphones are helping!!!

  3. Cruithnig on November 22, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Hi, just a quick question.
    I’ve completed the classroom based theory test and just have the practical to completed for the current Pfco.
    With the current lockdown in place lasting who knows how long. Will I have to take the whole thing again…..?
    And pay again…..???

  4. Mads Akash on November 22, 2020 at 9:44 pm

    Nice video man! I like it. I also have cinematic footage with drone, you can check it out if u want. We can be youtube friends 🙂

  5. Skysnapper Aerial Photography & Film on November 22, 2020 at 9:46 pm

    Hi, My PfCO is due at the end of June this year and i’d just like to confirm a few points please. 1) Would I be right in saying that I currently have an extension on my current authorisation until Dec 2020, without having to re apply just yet? 2) I obviously don’t want to fall foul of the new reg implementation, so is it worth me sending in a re cert now? 3) I’m reverting back from having an offshore OSC back to a standard PfCO, and therefore is there anything I need to change? Thanks

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