Unmanned aircraft activities are banned during 66th Macau Grand Prix

The Macao SAR Government will ban all unmanned aircraft activities from 14 to 17 November 2019 over the skies of the Macao Peninsula to ensure that the 66th Macau Grand Prix will take place in a safe environment.

The Macao SAR Government will ban all unmanned aircraft activities at this year’s Macau Grand Prix to ensure that the event will take place in a safe environment.

The Macau Grand Prix is an important annual motorsports event in the territory. To ensure the clearance for the tracks so that the races can be carried out smoothly, the Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) will ban all unmanned aircraft activities from 14 to 17 November 2019 (four days in total) over the skies of the Macao Peninsula, in accordance with the powers granted to the AACM on the prohibition and restriction of flying areas as stipulated in Article 66 of the Air Navigation Regulation of Macau approved in the Executive Order No. 64/2019. Except the unmanned aircraft operations performed by the SAR Government, all other unmanned aircraft activities are banned on the above dates and areas. Anyone who violates the above prohibition will be fined for MOP2, 000.00 to MOP20, 000.00 by the Authority.

The above notice is published in today’s Official Gazette No. 45, Series II.

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