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UAV Laws

Under the CAAP's Memorandum Circular No. 21 series of 2014 dated June 26, 2014, drone owners or operators are now required to register their equipment with the CAAP, and secure a certification to operate from the agency.

Under a memorandum provision, to be certified as a UAV controller, an applicant must:

  • qualify for a radio operator's certificate of proficiency,
  • have been awarded a passed rating in an aviation license theory examination,
  • have been awarded a passed rating in an instrument theory examination,
  • completed a training course on the operation of the type of UAV that he/she posses to operate,
  • have at least five hours experience operating UAVs outside controlled airspace.

The applicant must also first obtain at least one of these three certifications:

  • a flight crew license with a command instrument training,
  • a military qualification equivalent to a license,
  • an air traffic control license.

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