Drone laws in Bangladesh

A list of drone regulations and links for drone pilots in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Regulations Overview:

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Is a registration necessary?

You need to have Registration.
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Recreational use of drones allowed?

It is recommended.
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Is drone insurance mandatory?

It is recommended.
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Commercial use of drones permitted?

Yes, but with conditions.
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Does the drone need a badge?

Recommended
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Maximum Altitude:

120 metters
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Respect the privacy of other people

Don’t forget this rule.
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Not allowed drones near airports

Stay away from Arports.

Drone laws in Bangladesh

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When you decide travel and fly your drone in Bangladesh you need to be inform about the drone regulations about this. Always read the latest rules and information on the official web pages. Here, we provide you the basic drone laws in Bangladesh so you can be informed about drone flights.

Main responsive authorities

Contacts

dfsr@caab.gov.bd / +880 2 8901406

General Drone laws in Bangladesh

General Drone Rules for Flying a Drone in Bangladesh

Our advise is always to be up to date with the latest news and conditions before you decide and perform a drone flight.

 – Liability Insurance needed for covering risks of any damage or injury.

 – 18 years old is the minimum allowed age of a drone pilot. 

 – Flying a drone is allowed only in Daytime hours. 

 – Max allowed height is 60 meters above the ground.

 – Distance to any Airport – at least 18 kilometers. 

 – Don’t fly over private property without special permission from its owner. 

 – Every drone pilot must have the following documents:  

     – CAAB permission letter. 

     – Insurance coverage.

     – Name, address and phone number of the drone pilot.

    – A copy of the operating limitations since the drone manufacture. 

       These document may be wanted by CAAB inspector, Police or local authorities. 

More concrete information on Drone laws in Bangladesh you can read on this document issued by the CAAB.

Some tourist travel tips for Bangladesh

Bangladesh is located on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Covering an area of ​​144 193 sq km, the Asian side is surrounded by India, Myanmar and the Indian Ocean.

The interesting thing about this country is that it has only existed since 1972. In fact, once part of vast India, Bangladesh was under the control of the British Empire. After gaining its independence, India is divided into two parts – India, which is dominated by a Hindu population, and Pakistan, whose Muslim population is predominantly Muslim. Later, after a fierce civil war, East Pakistan seceded from West Pakistan and thus emerged the independent state of Bangladesh. Its capital is Dhaka, a city where most of the country’s population is concentrated

In Bangladesh, you will find the longest beach and the largest mangrove forest in the world.

Bangladesh is a country known for its poverty and frequent flooding, making it an unusual tourist destination and a trip so far is definitely outside popular routes. But if you are a haunted traveler who does not mind leaving home comfort behind him to replace him with a desire to spend time in little known places, then this greenery and the extremely hospitable country will become one of the most charming places you’ve ever visited. Bangladesh boasts 3 places that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List: Sundarbans – the largest mangrove forest on the planet; the ancient mosque with 60 domes in Bagerhat and the ruins of the Buddhist monastery of Somapur Mahavihara in Paharpur.

Landmarks:
♦ Dhaka – the vibrant capital of Bangladesh, a fast-growing metropolis with a population of 12 million
♦ Coke Bazaar – a seaside town known for the longest natural sandy beach in the world (125 km)
Дар Sundarban – the largest mangrove forest in the world with rich birdlife, and with luck, one can see some of the few remaining Bengal tigers

Khulna
The city is located in the southwest of Bangladesh and has an area of ​​22,274 square meters.

Khulna is home to the largest mangrove forest in the world – Sundarban, which is home to many animals and plants. An interesting site for tourists would be the museum and the zoo.

Another interesting landmark is the Sixty Dome Mosque, which was erected in honour of Khan Jahan Ali. He is a luminary for the Muslim religion, so many of his worshipers flock to see the mosque. Near it, visitors can see a lake populated by crocodiles.

Rajshahi
Rajshahi is a province located in northern Bangladesh. It covers an area of ​​34 513 square kilometres and a population of 30 million.

The province is known for its archaeological and historical sites such as Mohastnangor, Buddhist monastery Paharpur, Kantachee temple and others. You can visit the university in the city and the Narendra Museum of Research.
Sanarahon
Sanarahon is the ancient capital of Isa Khan’s kingdom in Bengal.
Today it is located near the modern city of Narayangang. This is the final eastern point of Grand Trunk Road, which was built by Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century.

A fair number of sights have been preserved there over the years.

One of the places to see is the Lok Shilpa Jadughar, which was part of the state of Isa Khan (today the National Museum of Art).

Panam City – the former center of the burger Asia of Sanargaon in the 19th century. Mostly traders lived there. Today, mostly ruins remain from the site.

Jaya Musa Khan, who is also said to have been raised by Isa Khan or his son Musa Khan.

Haizgang Fort, which was Isa Khan’s main stronghold. Also similar to this fortress, located across the river a few kilometers away.

Due to the many threats to the destruction of this important cultural and historical aspect, the town of the World Fund for Monuments of Culture (WMF) makes it a list of the 100 most endangered places on the planet.

We reminds you to read carefully all drone laws in Bangladesh before perform a drone flight.

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