Our advise 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 laws in Curacao listed bellow.
Before performing an operation, every drone must be registered. This registration can be done here- on this web page.
– Visual contact with the drone during hall flight is obligated.
– Max allowed Altitude – 50 meters – for Open Category. Up to 120 meters for Special Category.
– Distance between the drone pilot and the drone can be a maximum of 500 meters.
– Distance to Residential areas – at least 1 km.
– Flying drone at night – is Forbidden.
– Flying near Military facilities and objects- is Forbidden.
– Distance to any Airport – at least 8 km.
– Distance to any Heliport – at least 3 km.
– Distance to buildings or people- a minimum of 500 meters.
These are the basic drone regulations in Cyprus – both for Commercial and Recreational flights.
Licensing Requirements for Flying a Drone in Cyprus
Open Category – Recreational
For making drone flight for recreational purposes, the drone pilot does not need any special License. The Open category drones- must be under 3 kgs weight. They must be not involved in any commercial activities.
Special Category – Commercial
Basic Drone regulations in Cuprys for commercial flights:
– The weight of drones must be under 25 kgs. The drones can be used for any commercial activities.
– Drone pilots who want to make Commercial flights must be Licensed.
– License for the drone pilot – this document is issued by the Department of Civil Aviation.
– License for Operating – this document is issued by the Department of Civil Aviation.
– Category 3 Aeromedical certificate.
On the Cyprus Government’ official website – you can get full and rich information.
In any case, we recommend all drone pilot read and be informed about the latest drone regulations in Cyprus. Always read the official websites of the responsive authorities.
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