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I think your fears are just that .. fears. The official CASA website: Flying drones/remotely piloted aircraft in Australia has several sections about flying drones in Australia. And (for example) under the section "How are you planning on flying your drone?" => "For fun" its states You don’t need approval to fly your drone for fun. There are however ...


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I've flown within the USA, to the US from Canada and Europe, and all over Europe without issues. Here are a few tips: Many airlines now have a drone specific page on their website - search using something like "can I take my drone on British Airways" to find it. Print this page and take it with you when you fly. There are likely to be limits on the amount ...


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Whilst I had to look this up, it confirmed my gut feeling that recreational use of drones within Indonesia was fine. Indonesia Drone Laws There are some common sense restrictions listed in the link. The only ones that stood out for me were: Don't fly over temples (I'd suggest not near either) Use common sense and don't fly over crowds Ensure you are ...


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