Drone Laws in Kazakhstan
Last update on 24.05.2020 | 3 Kommentare
This article deals with the legal situation for the use of drones in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
It is allowed to bring a drone into the country. If your drone weighs under 1.5 kg, there are fewer restrictions, but you should pay attention to the safety distances and stay within uncontrolled airspace. In the following, we give you a general overview.
Overview: Drone rules in K
Drone labels can be ordered here
Registration of drones in Kazakhstan
If your drone weighs over 1.5 kg, you must register it with the Civil Aviation Committee. The processing time is 30 working days. There is a registration form, which unfortunately is not yet available to us. The following documents are also required. Non-residents must have them notarized.
- ID document
- Proof of lawful possession of the drone (invoice or purchase contract)
- Manufacturer’s data sheet
- Serial numbers of the drone and the controller
- Confirmation that no military or listening equipment are attached to the drone.
Flight bans and safety distances
Drone flights are only possible within visual line of sight and without aids. Make sure that the weather conditions are good, more specifically that you are 1.5 kilometers horizontally and 300 meters vertically away from clouds.
You should keep at least 50 meters of horizontal distance to people, vehicles, buildings and structures during take-off and landing, and 100 meters during the flight.
A safety distance of 150 meters applies to crowds of people and larger groups of vehicles.
If you are planning drone flights in controlled airspace, at a height of more than 50 meters above the ground or closer than 5.5 kilometers to airports, you must coordinate your flight plan with the air traffic control. This is possible via this link.
We have researched the listed drone regulations for Kazakhstan to the best of our knowledge. We cannot guarantee the correctness of the information. If you want to be on the safe side, contact the competent aviation authority. Alternatively, you can also ask the embassy in your country for further information about the regulations. Please leave us a comment when you receive news and/or gain experience with your copter in Kazakhstan!