Drone Laws in Papua New Guinea

A list of drone regulations and links for drone pilots in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea's Drone Regulation Overview:

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Is a registration necessary?

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

Yes, it is allowed.
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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 meters
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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 Papua New Guinea

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When you decide to travel and fly your drone in Papua New Guinea you need to be informed about the drone regulations about this. Always read the latest rules and information on the official web pages.

Main responsive authorities

Contacts

mnawai@casapng.gov.pg / +675 325 7320

Drone Laws in Papua New Guinea

Our advice is always to be up to date with the latest news and conditions before you decide and perform a drone flight. After that, you must keep also the drone regulations in Papua New Guinea listed bellow.

General Drone Laws in Papua New Guinea

 – Fly only in good visibility and excellent weather conditions. 

 – Max allowed Altitude – 120 meters. 

 – Maintain visual contact with the drone throughout the flight.

 – Flying over people or congested areas – is forbidden. 

 – Distance to any Airport or Airfield- at least 4 kilometers. 

 – Controlled Airspaces, danger areas, low-flying zones and military areas- are forbidden for drone flights. 

More information on Drone laws in Papua New Guinea you can read here.

Some tourist travel tips for Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is a sparkling gem in the Pacific Ocean that contains so many secrets, some of which we will never know.

Papua New Guinea is one of the most diverse places on our planet. There are more than 800 languages ​​spoken by people living in tribal villages, and the flora and fauna are still waiting to be studied. This country, both literally and figuratively, erupts with miracles and great stories.

If you are lucky enough to visit this jewel, keep in mind that you should forget about modern details and amenities.

Sepik River – 1126 km, which abound in dangerous creatures

The Sepik River is a large river in Papua New Guinea, which stretches for 1126 km and is full of dangerous creatures that, along with fishermen from local tribes, compete for the abundance of fish. The most impressive of the dangerous inhabitants of the river are the sea crocodiles that migrate between Sepik and the open sea. Males of this species can reach over six meters in length. You should not be surprised here, if you have the feeling that someone’s eyes are watching you, it is possible that a crocodile is lurking meters away from you. An interesting sight is the fishermen who fish from their homemade canoes and behave as if they are completely protected.

If you are looking for the perfect adventure, you will find it in this land, which is defined as particularly dangerous and inaccessible. You will not meet commercial and boring people here on the water, on foot or in the air, because no “normal” person would come here. But you will meet crocodile hunters, shamans and tribal warriors. You will come across jagged limestone piercing through a carpet of greenery, brown rivers that meander like pythons.

Papua New Guinea is one-third larger than Germany, but has less than 7.5 million inhabitants. Apart from the Highlands Highway, which in places looks more like a field than a motorway, there are almost no land roads.

There are no roads, but there are airports

In Papua New Guinea there are about 500 airports, which are located on lands of the cut jungle. Some slopes are so steep that they look like ski jumps, and local pilots are actually even better than ski jumpers, as other people’s lives depend on their precise reactions. There is no better country in the world where flights reveal such magnificent views – that’s what pilots can hear, and they’re probably right. Here an extinct volcano may appear before your eyes, wrapped in clouds dancing around its top like white dragons. Here the two highest mountains rise over 4000 meters.

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