The two tables of attached pdf ( ) present, in a schematic way, the requirements and limits of each "standard scenario" currently published by ENAC (the list of standard scenarios officially published by ENAC is available at the following link in italian: https://www.enac.gov.it/la-normativa/normativa-enac/note-informative/ni-2017-007). The (professional) use of Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems within these limits and in accordance with the respective requirements, is however considered a "critical operation". Therefore, reference should be made to Article 10 of the ENAC Regulation (IT), apart for the exceptions in some paragraphs that apply to operations compliant with critical scenarios. Among these, the operator's obligation to carry out a risk analysis (paragraph 3) and to request authorization from ENAC is absent. A declaration is enough to certify the competences to fulfill the obligations of the Regulation, and it should be presented as written in art. 9 of the Regulation itself.
Operations must be conducted:
- in accordance with the provisions of the operations' manual and manufacturer's instructions for use,
- as a pilot with the appropriate qualifications,
- in accordance with the rules of circulation and use of airspace.
It is the operator's responsibility to verify the existence of any flight restrictions in the areas affected by the operations.