05 Jun 2019 Monaco’s Civil Aviation Directorate formalizes the integration of Flysafe
Monaco Civil Aviation enters the digital age
On 3 June, the Directorate of Civil Aviation and Air Space Drone presented a preview
Monaco the FlySafe program. This UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) system will enable
June 17, to identify and track all drone flights that have been cleared to fly
and to support the Monegasque Civil Aviation in the digital age.
The Principality thus becomes one of the only states to have an aircraft management system
In the presence of Samy Touati, Secretary General of the Department of Equipment,
Environment and Urbanism, representing Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Councillor for
Government – Minister and Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate for Transition
digital services, but also representatives of the International Civil Aviation Organization, the
French DGAC, the European Aviation Safety Agency and Eurocontrol, the press
assisted in the use of this innovative tool at the Ministry of State. A live simulation of a
drone delivery of a package from the Heliport of Monaco on a ship off the port of Cap d’Ail
border crossing and change of airspace had been organized.
“You know how committed the Government is to the digital transformation of its ecosystem.
Mobility is at the heart of our attractiveness and quality of life. Drones, and tomorrow
other electric aircraft, are a turning point, an opportunity for our transition
energy-giving. These are all reasons today to welcome a project to the convergence of these
promoted by the Government of The Sovereign Prince. With this tool, we are preparing
the future,” stressed Samy Touati in his speech.
From left to right: Bruno Lassagne, Director of
Monegasque Civil Aviation, Samy Touati,
Secretary General of the Department of Equipment,
Environment and Urbanism and Françoise
Derout, President of Air Space Drone.
©Monegasque CommunicationDirectorate – Michael Alesi