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jobaeid Hasan
Jul 30, 2022
In Music Forum
In recent years, the number of photographers who use aerial cameras to capture beautiful scenery has increased day by day, and the "Civil Aviation Law" has also added a chapter on "remotely controlled drones" to make special provisions. How can I avoid touching the law by mistake when using related appliances? Let's take a look at the introduction to the exercise. Are there regulations already in place? In order to maintain flight safety, Article 34, Item 2 of the Civil Aviation Safety Law originally stipulated that within a certain range from an airport or airfield, it is forbidden to raise pigeons or release objects that hinder flight safety. Getting involved in an aircraft engine and causing a mechanical failure can have unimaginable consequences. The so-called range of a certain distance is defined by the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of the Ministry of Communications as: "With the center points of the two ends of the airport runway as the center, the arc drawn by 35 degrees Special Database on the left and right sides with a radius of 5 kilometers and the line connecting the areas on the left and right sides of the airport runway center line of 2.6 kilometers; Within the quadrangle formed by the center point of the runway extending for 5 kilometers and extending 10 kilometers outward and extending 2.6 kilometers to both sides of the runway and extending 3.4 kilometers, the height above 200 feet (60 meters) from the ground surface ( According to the situation of each airport), it is prohibited to engage in remote-controlled drone activities.” "Civil Aviation Law" Article 34, paragraph 2, within a certain distance around the airport or airfield, it is prohibited to keep flying pigeons or release objects that hinder flight safety. However, those approved by the Civil Aviation Administration are not subject to this limitation. Violators of the above provisions shall be subject to a fine of not less than NT$300,000 but not more than NT$1.5 million in accordance with Article 118, Paragraph 1, Subparagraph 4 of the Civil Aviation Act. In other words, although the man surnamed Chen was fined as much as 300,000 yuan, it was already the lightest punishment given considering the first offense.
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