On November 9, 2015, the District of San Isidro in Lima enacted a regulation (source document in
Spanish) governing the use of drones. As set forth in the
regulation, drones may fly only in open, nonresidential areas and
may be operated only by an adult or adult-supervised child.
Offenders may be fined up to $1,900 Peruvian soles for violations.
The regulation does not apply to the use of drones by public
entities for government or public safety activities.
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