Norfolk Aerial Drone
Operator / Remote Pilot

Capturing stunning aerial visuals, both UHD (4K) video and 20 Mega Pixel RAW high-resolution photographs.

A qualified commercial Norfolk remote drone operator / pilot
with Operation Authorisation from the CAA

Taking care of all pre-flight planning, from risk assessments, air space check to planning with local authorities, along with maintaining the legally required logs files.

This preparation will ensure your drone flights are legal, and most importantly safe for you, members of the public and the surroundings.


Operation Authorisation from the CAA

Allowing us to do more – safe & legal

General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC) in the Specific category
A2 Certificate of Competence (A2 CofC)

Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO) – License number 7295.

Norwich Research Park and Norfolk & Norwich Hospital

4K / 100 MB / Video Filming still grab

Lowestoft Town, Suffolk

4K / 100 MB / Video Filming still grab

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

20 Mega Pixel Senor / RAW Photo

Felixstowe, near Ipswich town, Suffolk

20 Mega Pixel Senor / RAW Photo

Using a DJI P4 Advance Plus

  • 1″ Camera Sensor – just beautiful!
  • Video: UHD 4k / 100Mbs / 50p
  • Photo: Jpeg or RAW 20 megapixel
  • Colour space: Rec. 709 or Log
  • 2kg drone

Norfolk Drone Operator / Pilot rate card

Travel @ 0.45p per mile from NR31

Flight Plan

£300 +VAT

Up to 40 mins
One location
Pre flight checks
CAA risk assessment & logs
Day or night flights
£1 million public liability insurance

Extras from

£30 +VAT

More flight time // More locations
£10 million public liability insurance
Edit of the video footage
UVA observer

FAQ

Do you need a license to use a drone in the UK?

Yes and no. If you don’t have a license you are very restricted to what you can do, and rightfully so. The licencing is there not only to educate, but also to protect the public, property and the surroundings.

It’s a myth that if a drone is under 250g it’s exempt from the rules and regulations. The user may not need a Operator or Flyer ID, but they are very much restricted as to what they can do and where. If you have a drone under 250g, we highly recommended you get the bare minimum of a Operator and Flyer ID. Obtaining these will teach you the safe use of your drone.

We are licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority with General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC) in the Specific category, A2 Certificate of Competence (A2 CofC) and Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO). We also hold a Operator and Flyer ID.

This allow us to do more in the air – safe & legal.
We are trained to the CAA standards to ensure we are Drone Safe.