Area: Asia

South Korea Drone Laws and Regulations

There are not too many rules in South Korea for flying drone. Check the following list before flying your drone in this beautiful country. NO flying at night-time (from sunset to sunrise) NO flying near airfields (within 9.3kilometers) NO flying over crowded venues (eg, sports stadium, concert hall) NO flying in restricted zones (eg. DMZ)

India Drone Laws and Regulations

In India, drones are technically banned primarily since the government was worried about them being used in potential terrorist attacks. They are also worried about them being used to spy on government installations, or having operators fly them to close to airports and cause interference with aircraft.   You have permission from the owner of

Thai Drone Laws and Regulations

Since 2017, a registration with the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) is necessary if your drone is equipped with a camera or weighs more than 2 kilograms.   Thai RPA Regulation Drone is allowed to climb a maximum of 300 feet. Drone within Visual Line of Sight. Don’t fly within 9km of any airport.

Japan Drone Laws and Regulations

An amendment to the Aviation Act came into effect December 10, 2015 in Japan. However, flying of drones is possible without prior permission. The term “UA/Drone” means any airplane, rotorcraft, glider or airship which cannot accommodate any person on board and can be remotely or automatically piloted (Excluding those lighter than 200g. The weight of

China Drone Laws and Regulations

China will require real-name registration of drones starting June 2017 after completing the preliminary development of the registration system, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) . The registration, which can be done online(https://uas.caac.gov.cn). But China has not any clear law or regulations for flying drone at mainland yet. The following introduction is just for