The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout
The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout
Drones

Hong Kong to require drone users to register, train and pass tests under proposed law

  • After a nearly two-year delay, lawmakers will take up legislation next week regulating use of the unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Flying any aircraft heavier than 250 grams will require training, while operators of heavier ones will need to take out insurance

Topic |   Drones
The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout
The new legislation covering drones will fall under the Civil Aviation Ordinance and take effect on June 1 next year. Photo: Handout
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