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    Default Drone Flying regulation

    Hello everyone,

    Again, here i am asking help from you guys.

    I am working on a project, where i need areal photography done by UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) like DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.
    I am willing to buy one , but not sure about the legal rules and regulation.

    There are not many hobby quad-copter flyers, and i dont know any one who does fly. is there are anyone in BG have knowledge about this matter, or you know anyone who can give me some suggestion about this?

    Any info is highly appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arman.Zmn View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Again, here i am asking help from you guys.

    I am working on a project, where i need areal photography done by UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) like DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.
    I am willing to buy one , but not sure about the legal rules and regulation.

    There are not many hobby quad-copter flyers, and i dont know any one who does fly. is there are anyone in BG have knowledge about this matter, or you know anyone who can give me some suggestion about this?

    Any info is highly appreciated.
    it's strictly prohibited by Bangladesh Air Force for any UAV to be flown inside Bangladesh airspace. But, you can talk with BAF office regarding permission.

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    Source: http://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2014/01/30/caab-baf-permission-needed-to-fly-drones

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    i think you should contact civil aviation or your local police station to know the limits... as far as i knew you can fly drones upto 30feet or 10 meters above ground, more than that will require written permission.

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    I am working on a project, where i need areal photography done by UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) like DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.
    I am willing to buy one , but not sure about the legal rules and regulation.
    Permission lagbe for sure.
    Syed Shakhawat Kamal can help you getting a legal permission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif_Z View Post
    Permission lagbe for sure.
    Syed Shakhawat Kamal can help you getting a legal permission.
    Do you know him? for reference, when i am going to contact him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arman.Zmn View Post
    Do you know him? for reference, when i am going to contact him.
    Check PM.

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