Drone community group of India have open their mind to become much more easier this time for getting registered and legalized to help the Government of India so that they can use the automatic aerial vehicles which is going to start from October, because the government’s Civil Aviation Ministry will be confirming all the rules and regulation along with working which will eventually develop the online structural framework for other civilians to get their vehicles register and get all the compulsory permissions so that they can fly.
There is prohibition for civilians to use and sell the drones as per the regulation act mention in the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in the year 2014 in October. Finally in the latest news from Civil Aviation Ministry of India have come up with an overture with new rules for domestic recreation of drone use, which states that each vehicle should have weight over 0.55 pounds that is 250 gm so that they can get their unique identification number to fly with proper validation that is given by Civil Aviation Ministry of India.
With this whole set of provisions and rules with regulation, piloting UAVs under 31 miles which is 50 kilo metre within international border will be strictly prohibited. Most according to the drone laws as says, these rules are easily acceptable rules and regulations that would be deal, and this is give new energy to empower all the Indian drone enthusiasts will be totally do to fall for it.
“Now we are developing and working for the system to get online registration for drones for all the civilians who want to get into drone aviation” said Rajiv Nayan who is the Civil Aviation Secretary. “For giving permission to fly along with online registration to fly will be starting from October. So the final announcement is that the drones for civilian purpose will start flying from October onwards.”
Mr. Jayant Sinha Minister of State for Civil Aviation has already indulge a group of 13 people to perform the incoming flow of online registration with full efficiency. This flowchart will include “outcomes, timeliness, implementation & review mechanism along with some measurable parameters” to make drone more friendly for users.
This is going to be very exciting for all the Indian Drone community, because they have been not seen as serious as other, always being neglected due to unfair rules and regulations for civilians since far long.