Mexican Drone Regulations


Mexican Drone Regulations – Updated as of 6/24/2015

Mexican Drone Regulations

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We spoke with the government to learn more about current Mexican drone regulations.  They shared this PDF with us (in Spanish).  Here is a summary:

  • The drone must be flown during daylight hours (unless a written exception is provided).
  • Drones should not be flown above 122 meters (400 feet).
  • No people or animals can be overflown
  • The UAV pilot must always keep direct eye contact with the UAV (line of sight)
  • Do not fly within 9.2 km (5 miles) of an airport.

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We will keep you updated as Mexican drone regulations evolve.