Aviation Ministry Rolls Out New Rules For Drones; Prohibits Use For Delivery
Clearing the air around the delivery of orders through drones, the ministry of civil aviation has published the draft Unmanned Aircraft System Rules, 2020.
According to the rules set by the ministry, drones might soon get approval to do beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations.
The rules also bring drone traders under the ambit of the aviation ministry.
For using these ports, drone operators will have to take necessary permissions for the arrival, departure, surface movement and associated maintenance or commercial activities of drones.
The ministry has also made it mandatory for all the operators to insure their drones via third-party drone insurance companies.
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