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Travelling to Dominican Republic with Mavic Pro..... Any help?
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Gualbi
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Hi,

In December I will be going with my family to the Dominican Republic, I've read quite a few dated posts online about drone laws the Dominican Republic. I was wondering if anyone who's traveled there with a Mavic or lives there could help me.

Thanks in advance.

2017-11-5
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CoreyB10
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Here you go fella -http://www.uavsystemsinternation ... public-drone-laws/.   No problems by the look of it as long as you follow the rules. Remember to fly with batteries no more than half charged and lipo bags if possible.
2017-11-5
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Time2Party
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No problem if you fly on private places, I have use it above the hotel and beach without any problem.
2017-11-5
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M.C. Pilot
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Time2Party Posted at 2017-11-5 07:49
No problem if you fly on private places, I have use it above the hotel and beach without any problem.

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DJI Thor
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Thanks for other users' help.
2017-11-5
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Gualbi
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I've dead online that a permit us needed... won't that take the drone at the airport if I don't have it?
2017-11-6
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Gualbi
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*read sorry typo
2017-11-6
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Gualbi
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So? I've read that there is a permit needed to fly into the Dominican republic, won't they take the mavic off me at the airport is I don't have it? what do I risk if I fly without it?
2017-11-12
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cvargas
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I’ve travelled to both Santo Domingo and Punta Cana with no problems at all in the airport or flying.

I took off from El Malecon in the capital and got some great shots of the city. As well as on some private beaches in the resorts.

The onIy time I was asked not to fly was at Los Altos de Chavon - which is private property and requires authorization.
2017-11-12
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