sir – When I became interested in radio-controlled model aircraft in the Sixties, I was required to have a Home Office licence, which restricted me to flying within a 10-mile radius of a location of my choice.
Perhaps a similar scheme should be introduced for drones (Letters, December 4). Andrew Blake
sir – A test and subsequently a licence are required for driving a vehicle or flying an aircraft. Each vehicle and aircraft has a unique identification number.
Why has it taken governments so long to bring in the same controls for drones? These things are not toys: in the wrong hands, they could be lethal weapons. Nick Moulton-thomas
sir – The Government is planning a registration scheme for drones.
I suggest we do what the French and Dutch military do and train eagles (or similar birds) to take out transgressors near airports and other places where they are prohibited. David Germain
Coombe Bissett, Wiltshire