EBR 61

Multi-copter & small fixed wing drones

EBR 61

Our outdoor test area  EBR 61 is used for take-off, landing, test & scientific research, demonstration flights, and instruction or examination flights of multi-copter & small fixed wing drones. This is the outdoor test area most pilots will get to know and use most often during drone test flights. It can be booked as a whole or separately the North or South area.


  • UAS multi-copter
  • Small fixed wing flight training
  • Sensor testing & calibration
  • Hardware testing
  • Testing of non-certified & experimental equipment
  • Demonstration & events


  • Surface: approx. 500m x 450m (18,5 Ha)
  • Maximum area altitude 1000 Ft AMSL (750 FT AGL)
  • Flying altitudes above 150 Ft AGL (45m) require coordination and approval of the Duty Aerodrome Commander
  • WIFI available
  • Permanently active for UAS
  • Permanent contact with control tower

Operational requirements

  • In accordance with UAS Geozone entry Requirements for EBR 61
  • Simultaneous flights of unmanned and manned aircraft allowed
  • UAS take-off and landing surface:
    General direction EBR 61 North: 13/31: 295M x 22M; CONC/ASPH
    General direction EBR 61 South: 10/28: 350M x 20M; ASPH
  • The flying direction after take-off has always to be away from the main runway 24/06, on a general heading of 310° in EBR 61 North and 280° in EBR 61 South
  • Permanent contact between de Drone Zone Responsible (DZR) and the Duty Aerodrome Commander thru ProTalk 2-way ground communication system (provided at DronePort) and back up by mobile phone
  • Briefing by Duty Aerodrome Commander before start of flying activities

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