You Now Need A Special Permit To Fly Your Drone in Lebanon

The Lebanese Army announced two days ago that from now on drone owners in Lebanon need to apply for a licence from the Air Force, and they have three months to comply with this requirements. Moreover, a special permit will be needed from the Army Guidance Office each time they want to fly these drones especially around military bases.

I’m not sure how serious is the army going to be about applying this new regulation since they issues a similar memo two years ago but few people seem to have complied with it.

Other countries such as UAE and Kuwait have implemented similar regulation and I believe it’s about time to regulate drone usage in Lebanon, not necessarily everywhere but at least around sensitive locations such as Beirut Airport since it is very close to residential areas and any drone there can disrupt the air traffic just like what happened in Dubai last October.

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2 Responses to You Now Need A Special Permit To Fly Your Drone in Lebanon

  1. Joey July 19, 2017 at 3:34 pm #

    Is it the same for tourists

  2. Malek Hanna Kadifa - Dédouaneur. August 11, 2017 at 7:46 pm #

    I don’t now why the Lebanese Army don’t give a permission to the GPS in Lebanon.
    I don’t now why the Lebanese Army don’t give a permission to the Drones to fly in Lebanon.
    This is against progress, why I don’t now exactly.

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