The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has recently become the third European country to connect to the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) Broker Solution.
The project started in 2021 in parallel to the implementation of the European drone regulatory framework. Via the excellent collaboration both at national level with CTIE (Centre des Technologies de l’Information de l’Etat) and at European level with EASA, Directorate of Civil Aviation (DAC) Luxembourg has succeeded in being one of the first countries to be connected the European digital system, despite the technological challenges related to the pandemic.
The EASA Broker solution is a digital and secure system that facilitates the exchange of UAS/Operators data between the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) of the Member States. It allows the DAC and other CAAs to access and exchange information related to the registration of unmanned aircraft operators, certified unmanned aircraft and related authorisations in a simple and efficient way (See also EASA press release).