Kenyans Given Greenlight to Own, Fly Drones
The Director-General of Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, Gilbert Kibe, has said that users will be charged registration and licence fees, which will vary between U.S.$600 and U.S.$2,300 depending on what the drones will be used for.
A drone records the Way of the Cross ceremony at the Holy Family Basilica.
Nairobi News, 21 March 2018
You are now free to import, own and operate drones in the country. Read more »
Nation, 21 March 2018
Kenyans can now fly drones after the government legalised their commercial and private use in the country. Read more »
Capital FM, 21 March 2018
The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has published regulations for the commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles - commonly known as drones. Read more »
Nation, 20 March 2018
An unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) company has called for a review of licensing fees imposed on would-be owners terming the newly gazetted charges prohibitive. Read more »