Welcome to ARPAS-UK
The non profit Trade Association for the UK RPAS Industry
ARPAS-UK is the professional body and trade association for the fast evolving RPAS industry, working on behalf of its members to influence regulation and promote safe operational best practice.
ARPAS-UK is a trade association run by the members for the members
We are a non profit organisation which means that your membership fees go where they should: to help develop the industry and to provide credible representation to the various authorities that govern the industry.
ARPAS-UK works closely with various authorities such as the Civil Aviation Authority and the Department for Transport and through our membership we represent the industry as a whole. This gives us credibility and a genuine ability to influence how our working environment develops, something that could not be achieved by individual businesses working alone.
ARPAS-UK is delighted to welcome both old and new faces on to the Committee for 2019/20. The skills, expertise and talents of this Committee will be put to good use over the coming months and yearsor our Members and the Industry. We are lucky to
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We've had some truly awesome nominations for the Committee, so first of all, I want to thank them for standing up for their Industry: you're amazing and we can't do this without you. Angus Benson-Blair Angus started in the drone industry in Janua