Our advise is always to be up to date with the latest news and conditions before you decide and perform a drone flight.
– Every drone over 250 grams need to be registered with the DGCA. For made registration, you need to have Official ID witch prove that you are a Mexican citizen. So this Registration is forbidden for foreigners. Full information about this Registration – you can find here. – All flights must be performed in Daytime. – Max high of the flights – 120 meters. – Flying over people and animals – is Forbidden. – Old historical cities ( like Chichen Itza) are forbidden for fights. – Keep visual eye contact during hall flight. – Distance to any Aerodrome – 9.2 km. – Do not fly with maximum operating speed. – You are responsive for any dropped things from your drone that can damage some people or property. – Each Hotel or Resort have own Drone policies- so ask and search information for this at the receptions.
Areas, museums and monuments – for made photos or videos there, you need to have Authorization from INAH ( National Institute of Anthropology and History). Additional there is a Fee when shooting in these areas.
Applying for Permission requests: – Script, storyboard or sketch. – Application form INAH-01-001. Description of your project in written document witch must be completed at one of the INAH offices. Here you can find exact information.
For getting Drone operator's License - you need to:
– Be over 18 years Old. – Be born in Mexico. – Have a High school Diploma. – Be healthy. – Provide your Military release Card.
Here you can read full information and legal regulations for get License by the Mexican government – on this official document ( PDF).
We advise you read and check always the latest information, conditions and drone laws in Mexico, before perform a drone flight.
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