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  • Hey, guys.

  • So Michael and I decided that we're gonna go to the Philippines and we're leaving in two weeks.

  • I'm super excited about that.

  • We're gonna go see my parents, check out some places in Manila, and then we're gonna go up north, travel the coastline.

  • One of the reasons I'm kind of excited is because I want to find my drone.

  • Tokyo In itself, it's highly regulated and you can't fly your drone anywhere in Tokyo.

  • It's just completely prohibited.

  • You have to go way outside of Tokyo to fly it.

  • And there are restrictions.

  • Obviously.

  • Now, I thought this was going to be very different in the Philippines, obviously can't fly in airports and whatnot, but I thought that the regulations would be a little more slack.

  • I've done some research online, and it looks like it's going to be a little more complicated than I originally imagined.

  • The reason being is the documentation is a bit sparse, and from what I've gathered is some people will say no, you can just bring your drone there.

  • I've had no problems, which is probably the truth, and that's kind of like the unwritten rule, like they don't really check and that you know you're free to fly the drone anywhere.

  • But looking closely at the rules and regulations, something came out December 2015 of just like very defined regulations.

  • And I think mainly it's for flying commercial type drones that are over 100 kilograms.

  • I think, anyways, the point being doing some more research.

  • It looks like the customs of the Philippines have actually confiscated drones, and they find them.

  • They made them pay, not find it.

  • But they made them pay an import tax of 100,000 pencils, which is roughly $2000 for an import tax to be on the safe side.

  • What I've done is I've mailed the C A P See AP stands for Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.

  • I went to the website, found a few e mails, message a few of them and covers two responses.

  • One person sent me the document saying, Here's the December 2015 regulations and file our drones block.

  • They pretty much couldn't help me out, and another person emailed me.

  • Basically, they said, Yes, you can bring your small drone, but you have to write us an official letter that sign.

  • It must include your address, the purpose of it, which would be recreation, not commercial purposes.

  • Also, you need to send us the serial number and dimensions of your drone.

  • So I've gone ahead and done that.

  • I've sent them.

  • My information is a signed letter.

  • Now I'm just waiting to hear back.

  • They said if you write us this letter and we'll send you back permission letter or you can show it to the customs officers when you get to the Philippines.

  • I guess this is something that a lot of people who buy these you know, consumer type drones like the deejay Maverick Pro, which I have with the Phantom Four.

  • You're gonna come across this, so I'm going to kind of bring you along on our journey, getting to the Philippines with the Schroen and showing you whether or not the customs forms were required or the permissions were required from the C A P and maybe show you some drone flights when we get there.

  • So quick update.

  • I got my drone permission from the Philippines.

  • You see that?

  • I'm feeling kind of just a little bit nervous just because they said that you could possibly confiscating my drone as well.

  • As you know, put 100,000 pestle fine.

  • Which is, like, $2000.

  • So hopefully with this letter.

  • If they do check us, then we won't have any issues.

  • Now we got to get through the airport and customs.

  • Hopefully no issues.

  • All right.

  • See you guys in the Philippines.

  • Okay, way just got airbags.

  • I actually didn't put the drone in my suitcase and check it in.

  • I brought it as a hand, Carrie and just brought in my backpack.

  • Once you picked up our bags, we didn't actually have any issues.

  • Customs didn't ask us any questions and we went on through.

  • So the plan is, once you get a SIM card, then we're gonna go call an uber arrived in Manila.

  • But because we're so close to the airport, we didn't find the drone there.

  • Be ready to go and fly the drone in the union, which is my parent's place.

  • So they just gave us permission to fly the drone at the restaurant.

  • This'd is awesome.

  • We're gonna fly this guy.

  • This is actually the first time we'll be flying it in the Philippines.

  • As I showed you Earlier, I got my permission from the government.

  • I asked.

  • I guess the authorities just now whether or not I can fight this and they said Yes.

  • After union.

  • Then we went down to Brock I and re fluid.

  • There is thanks for watching my video on how to fly a drone in the Philippines.

  • If you like video, hit them like button.

  • If you have any questions or comments, then feel free to leave it in the common section.

  • Blow and I'll get back to you and Michael always.

  • If you want to subscribe that describe, see you guys in the next episode.

Hey, guys.


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