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#16
Australia has some pretty well thought out rules (IMHO) and the regulator is doing and awful lot of promotion to help people understand them.

The Regulations: https://www.casa.gov.au/aircraft/landing...-australia
The are also very active on Facebook - well worth following for all the finer detail tips on whats OK and not OK based on events etc... https://www.facebook.com/CivilAviationSafetyAuthority
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#17
(24-Apr-2017, 04:19 PM)Grisha0 Wrote: question for the USA folks, what are the rules for visitors?
- do i need to register my quad ?
- do i need some permit?

I think it's different from state to state... for example, I know FPV has been banned in Los Angeles since late 2015...
I am not from there, I hope someone from the US can chime in Smile
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(25-Apr-2017, 01:18 PM)Oscar Wrote: I think it's different from state to state... for example, I know FPV has been banned in Los Angeles since late 2015...
I am not from there, I hope someone from the US can chimp in Smile

I'm no chimp, but....Big Grin

From the FAA: "Visiting foreign nationals must register their UAS upon arrival in the United States (online registration serves as a certificate of ownership)."

Source (with links to register): https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/fly_for_fun/
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#19
thanks scotty, that one i've found and it will take 5$ off my cash for 3 years deposit...
ill think i can make it Tongue
All the best
Grzesiek (Grisha/ Greg)

Curently flyable: Nox 5, Nox 3, Minimalist 112, Scrap at the moment... nothing is flyable
Bench / in progres: fixing Nox 5, Nox 3, Minimalist 112, Scrap
thinking about building: 450

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#20
Hey Guy's, I just came across this article (published yesterday) regarding flying in the UK. As ever, England is following in the legal footsteps of the US, but it seems they have not considered the fact that the US law is in the process of being appealed against... So they are saying that craft over 250g must be registered...

[*]The government will implement a registration scheme and mandatory competency tests for all users of drones weighing 250 grams and above.
[*]Work to create an authoritative source of UK airspace data will be “brought forward”. This source will “facilitate the implementation of geo-fencing and build greater awareness of airspace restrictions amongst drone users.”
[*]The government will also explore further measures such as increasing penalties, creating new offences and reviewing the powers available to law enforcement agencies to enforce relevant law
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