Flying to Hong Kong, Bali and Vietnam

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  1. abeazzy2

    abeazzy2 New Member

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    HI,

    Im flying with Singapore airlines to hong Kong this summer and then Asian airline and VietJet for a couple of the legs for a total of 8 total flights. I have a dedicated backpack along with the Lipo Battery protectors. The back pack is going on board with me as I will also have my laptop and important items.

    Has anyone flown to these countries and what recommendations would you have?

    What is the ethics in fly the drone over sacred or spiritual sites?

    Thanks in advance.

    PS- taking the Mavic Pro
     
  2. Grey Wolf

    Grey Wolf Well-Known Member

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    You should have no problem!
     
  3. rmyshkin

    rmyshkin New Member

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    Hi, how was the flying in hong kong? I'll be there this weekend too and I was wondering where I might practice.
     
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    Grey Wolf Well-Known Member

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    You will need lots of batteries if you are flying it from the States or Canada! Keep the duwnward sensors off while over the Pacific!
     
  5. Piranha

    Piranha Well-Known Member

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    Flying in Vietnam is totally prohibited so be carefull otherwise you can get some troubles with military and police
     
    #5 Piranha, May 22, 2017 at 8:01 PM
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  6. timesnaps

    timesnaps Well-Known Member

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    Hong Kong is no problem, for both arriving with a Mavic and flying. I have two batteries hand luggage (fully charged with terminals open, but mostly packed well) and one on the mavic itself.

    Flying is a different thing. Regulations state no flying within 50m of people and property, which is a bit tricky considering the density of the place. I say, fly sensible, safe and always in line of sight. And b prepared to stop if asked.
     
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    Wow totally prohibited?? Bummer....
     
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