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I have one in the storage because I've been too lazy to register it. And it's a biaaatsch to fly, so insurance should still stay mandatory, but how are they going to do that if there's no license required? 

 

I guess they're scrapping it because nobody could be arsed anyway.

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i have lost more than 2 months of insurance coverage due to CAAT's unbelievably slow approval process. 

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Née ray,

Please don’t knock it. I want to fly my drone again.

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Well this is great news. I have 2 and fly them regularly. The list of areas considered no fly zones should be the basic international obvious ones (Airports, Military bases, etc) and of course special areas like Temples and other areas deemed no fly zones. The rest should be good to go.

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, Deerculler said:

Née ray,

Please don’t knock it. I want to fly my drone again.

Perhaps you misunderstood my post. That was my way of saying "I totally approve" of the amendments. I am intrigued by personal drone activity and may embark upon it myself.

Enjoy your drone flying.

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9 hours ago, tropo said:

 Keep your drones away from my windows and backyard lol. Surely you understand that people should not be able to fly them over private property and use them to snoop. There are not many places in town where they are "good to go" IMO.  

LOL.. Well not all Drone users snoop on people. Its amazing how people think that people with drones want to see what others are doing. I always laughed and say I do not want to see some fat person walking around in their underwear in the back yard or the other odd things they may or may not being doing. 

 

 

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8 hours ago, neeray said:

That eliminates 30,000 places to fly right off the bat.

Is there that many here? LOL. I never looked nor cared quite frankly. I fly up in mountain areas or on islands. I have some very nice drone vids and aerial pics of the landscape here in Thailand. I share with family and friends.

 

 

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All drones should be banned world wide.  They are just big boys nuisance toys.

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All drones should be banned world wide.  They are just big boys nuisance toys.

There is some beautiful photography done using drones.Plus the big movie companies use them now.
Search and rescue. I could name many good used for drones.


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Perhaps you misunderstood my post. That was my way of saying "I totally approve" of the amendments. I am intrigued by personal drone activity and may embark upon it myself.
Enjoy your drone flying.

Sorry I was joking. Have a look at it. There is a lot that can be done with them.


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