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article Colombia travel restrictions Colombia’s airlines have been tightening travel restrictions since the start of the year.
Here are the latest updates on the latest news and regulations: September 19 Colombia air traffic control has begun restricting the use of drones, following reports that a drone had flown into an airport, prompting a nationwide lockdown.
The ban, which has been in place since February, is temporary and can be lifted in three weeks.
The National Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement that the ban “does not apply to aircraft used for commercial purposes, which include those of the airline or its affiliates”.
There is no ban on drones in the Colombian air space, though the authorities have issued warnings against using drones for aerial surveillance or filming.
The airline, Aerolineas Colombia SA, said it has received two complaints about drones being used by the Colombian government and that it has suspended all flights.
There are no restrictions on drones flying over the Colombian skies.
However, the authorities are considering banning drones from flights over the entire country, including the provinces of San Cristobal, Santa Marta, Guarulhos, Santa Elena, Tampico and Bogota.
A flight will be cancelled if a drone is flying over an airport.
There has also been a call for a ban on the use or sale of drones for commercial and industrial purposes.
The government has banned the use and sale of “any commercial drones” and said they would be confiscated and used for “civilian purposes”.
The National Security Council said that the drone ban is necessary “for public security purposes”.