Civil Aviation Authority announces that on 6 November 2015, the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure and Development of 20 October 2015 on use of lasers or light from other sources in airspace was published (Dz. U. of 2015., pos. 1816).
The regulation has an objective to increase the level of safety of aircraft, by establishing the specific zones in the airspace used for air navigation where emission of laser or light from other sources toward the aircraft in a manner which could cause glare, dazzle or the occurrence of glare, because of the potential safety hazard to the aircraft or the life or health of the crew or passengers on board is prohibited
Cases of glare, dazzle or an afterglow manifested mainly during the most critical phases of flight, ie. take-off or landing, when members of the flight crew must demonstrate the greatest physical state and as indicated by the statistics in an era of increasingly widespread use of laser or light from other sources for more greater range and power, used in particular during entertainment events in airports or in their environment - are becoming more frequent.
The text of Regulation in Polish language: http://dziennikustaw.gov.pl/du/2015/1816/1 The Regulation will enter into force on 7 May 2016.