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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Phantom4Ryan, May 5, 2016.

  1. Phantom4Ryan

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    I know I've left it late notice but I'm going on holiday in the morning from the UK to Cyprus.. Has anyone had an experience with taking their bird out there?

    I will be taking it as hand luggage in the silver case it came in (P4) I was planning on taking it until a few people said a few things to put me off (never took it abroad before) quick replies appreciated ha :)

    Thanks alot


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  2. Meta4

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    People take Phantoms through airport security every day and the security staff there probably won't even blink.
    Batteries must be in carry-on luggage
    Google finds these relevant items on the rules in Cyprus:
    UAV or Drone Flying in Cyprus – CySkyImages
    And here are the official rules: http://jarus-rpas.org/sites/jarus-rpas.org/files/guidance_on_the_operation_of_drones.pdf
     
  3. DroneDestination

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    Doesn't really seem like the safest travel situation...