Drone Regulations in Thailand

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Drone Regulations in Thailand

For the purposes of public order, safety and security :

  1. Radio controlled Drones brought into Thailand needed import permits & registration from the NBTC. Failure to secure import permits may result in regulatory and criminal sanctions. Criminal penalties include fines of up to 100,00 baht and/or imprisonment for up to 5 years.
  2. Drones with import permit must be declared to the Customs department at the port of entry.
  3. Drone launchers/controllers need to secure drone launcher registration/licenses with the CAAT and follow drone flying rules. Failure to secure drone launcher registration/licenses may result in regulatory and criminal sanctions. Criminal penalties include fines of up to 50,000 bath and/or imprisonment for up to 1 years.
  4. NBTC : The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission.

CAAT : The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand

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