External consultations

Welcome to the JARUS comment tool:

JARUS invites everyone to make comments on all documents that are published for external consultation through a link to the JARUS Share point portal. Registration is required to submit your comments so please register in One Sky Team online  to get into the JARUS site.

If you do not have a password, then self-register in here and do please let the JARUS Secretariat know when you have done so in order to give you access to this portal (email to the JARUS Secretariat: contact@jarus-rpas.org).


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The purpose of this deliverable is to define a framework that can be used by any national aviation authority (NAA) for UAS remote pilot competence (RPC) operating in either Category A (Open) or Category B (Specific)

The recommendations in this document represents the culmination of best practices and procedures used in prior UAS approvals, existing regulations, as well as input from JARUS Working Group 1 (Flight Crew Licensing) expert members.


Date of publication: 29 April 2019
Deadline for comments: 30 June 2019
Leader: Kirsti Barker & Henri Rodenburg, WG-1 Co-Leaders

This standard scenarion (STS) is derived by the STS-01 published on the JARUS website.

It covers UAS operations performed in the Specific category (Cat B) with the following main attributes:

  • over sparsely populated areas
  • in aispace reserved for the operation
  • using unmanned aircraft up to 3M dimension (wingspan or rotor diameter)

To facilitate your review, please note that you will find highlighted what has changed compared to STS-01. The Standard Scenario STS-02 is based on real life experience. It is meant to facilitate any operation within its scope.


Deadline for comments: 16 June 2019

JARUS Working Group 6 (Safety and Risk Management) has consolidated this new JARUS deliverable with contributions from experts from all over the world.


For your information

All documents published for External Consultation must go through the following process:

  1. Before documents are published, the draft is sent out to the JARUS members for Internal Consultation and once comments are gathered, the JARUS Plenary Team must approve the final document to be published in the web site for External Consultation.
  2. The deadline has to be respected and access to the tool will be closed the day after.
  3. Working group leaders will review the comments made and will discuss them with the other working group members.
  4. IMPORTANT: Only comments submitted online within the deadline will be considered.