Hong Kong to require drone users to register, train and pass tests under proposed law

Owners of drones will have to register them, undergo training and pass tests, and buy insurance from next year as the Hong Kong government will gazette a long-delayed bill to regulate the remote-controlled flying devices on Friday.The regulatory regime, known as the Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) Order, would be tabled to the Legislative Council on July 21, a spokesman for the Transport and Housing Bureau said on Wednesday.The order, in the form of subsidiary legislation under the Civil Aviation…

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