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Above the Skies

Experience the forefront of aerial technology with Cine Media Mystique's advanced drone fleet and cameras. Safety and precision take center stage, backed by advanced simulations for exploration on Earth and beyond.


Boasting a skilled crew and cutting-edge technology, they deliver top-notch footage for diverse purposes, from cinematic shots to live broadcasts.


Opt for Cine Media Mystique for unmatched innovation in aerial filming, crafting a narrative uniquely yours as they gracefully traverse the skies.


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Who We Are

We are a team of creative professionals with a passion for producing high-quality video content. Our cutting-edge upgrades and attention to detail ensure that your project will stand out from the crowd. Click here to see our portfolio.

Flight Operator

The Flight Operator  prioritizes safety and efficiency in flight operations. Meticulous planning, effective coordination, and swift emergency responses underscore their commitment to passenger well-being. Regulatory compliance, aircraft optimization, and punctuality further highlight their multifaceted approach for smooth and secure journeys.

Camera Operator

A Camera Drone Operator pilots drones with cameras to capture aerial footage or images. They work on achieving desired shots, collaborate with clients, and ensure safe, legal drone operation within aviation regulations.


A spotter for a drone operator assists by maintaining visual contact with the drone during flight. They help ensure the drone operates safely and can alert the operator to any potential obstacles, hazards, or changes in the environment. This collaborative effort enhances situational awareness and contributes to the overall safety and success of drone operations.

Pilot/Camera O./Spotter


The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has developed a regulatory framework for Unmanned Aircraft (UAs) in response to the European Commission's request. This framework is centered on operability, proportionate to risk, and performance-based, categorizing UA operations into three main categories:

Open Category:

 A1-A3 / A2

  • No prior authorization or declaration required.

  • Security requirements aligned with associated risks.

Specific Category:

  • Requires authorization from the competent authority.

  • Assessment of operational risk and consideration of mitigation measures.

  • Certain scenarios allow for a declaration or are covered by operators with a Light Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator Certificate (LUC) and appropriate privileges.

Certified Category:

  • High-risk operations require the certification of UAs, a licensed remote pilot, and approval from the competent authority.

  • Emphasis on ensuring a high level of safety.

"Our pilots hold an active license issued by the Civil Aviation Directorate of Luxembourg (DAC) as remote pilots. For accurate and verifiable information, please visit the dedicated website for this purpose. Interested parties will find additional details and relevant resources (here).

What is a Drone?

Drones — also known as “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” (UAVs) — are robot-like aircrafts without a human pilot on board. Today, they’re often found rescuing people from hurricane disaster zones, photographing weddings, delivering food to our homes and everywhere in between. 

Originally meant for military usage, drones operate with varying levels of autonomy — they can be controlled by a remote pilot or rely on sensors and work with a LIDAR.

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