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EuroUSC™ is Europe's leading independent Accreditation Specialist for 'Airworthiness & Pilot Qualifications' covering  Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) with a Maximum Take-Off Mass of less than 150kg.  EuroUSC™ is recognised by National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) as a competent body for assessing manufacturers, operators and flight schools.


The Light UAS Scheme (LUASS) embodies  accreditation of organisations.  The Basic National UAS Certificate for Small Unmanned Aircraft (BNUC-S) is the standard referenced by many National Aviation Authorities and EuroUSC leads the world in assurance of airworthiness for aircraft with MTOM of <150kg and their systems.


LUASS embodies the best practices from international regulators and major NAAs.   EuroUSC™ undertakes assessments  worldwide and its recommendations are accepted in many countries around the world.

• United Kingdom

• Territories which are under UK CAA remit

• Countries which have a reciprocal arrangement with the United Kingdom

• Countries which recognise EuroUSC™ recommendations


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Contact Details


EuroUSC International Administration


Cardinal Point, Park Road,

Rickmansworth,  Hertfordshire,

WD3 1RE, United Kingdom

Tel:          +44 (0) 20 8133 2651

Skype:     EuroUSC

Email:      admin@eurousc.com




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EuroUSC™ is a specialist accreditation body working within the specific field of Unmanned Aviation

EuroUSC™ is recognised by many National Aviation Authorities as a competent body for assessing manufacturers, operators and flight crew