Directorate of Civil Aviation // The Luxembourg Government
In accordance with the sanitary measures currently in force , access to the examination rooms and meeting rooms of the Directorate of Civil Aviation has become subject to the Covid check regime. Access to the examination and meeting rooms is allowed exclusively upon presentation of a digital vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery or a certified negative test.
More information on Covid-19 measures put in place at the Directorate of Civil Aviation available here:
Covid-19 Guidelines for your visit
The Directorate of Civil Aviation (DAC) is the competent authority of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in matters relating to aviation safety and security.
The National Plan for Aviation Safety (NPAS) is now available. This document, which is directly linked to the National Aviation Safety Program, highlights variable elements such as the risks identified and includes concrete actions resulting from the European Plan for Aviation Safety, the DAC safety analysis and feedback from Luxembourg's aviation stakeholders.
The latest aviation safety report containing information on the safety performance of civil aviation in Luxembourg during 2020 is now available.
This first UAS Professional Forum organized by the DAC aims to address various topics and questions around the UAS SPECIFIC category. At this event, all professional operators will have the opportunity to exchange on their experiences and further deepen their understanding of the EU Drone Regulation.
As of January 2022, the period of transition provided for in the European Regulation on the use of drones will expire and flights performed on the basis of the national Generic Authorizations will no longer be allowed.