The Chilean drone rule is divided in two parts:
Inhabited zones (DAN 151) and uninhabited zones (DAN 91).
To operate in uninhabited zones you only have to notify the Federal Aviation Administration (Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil or DGAC) by writing them SEVEN DAYS IN ADVANCE. But we have to insist, that's only for uninhabited zones.
In inhabited zones drones can only operate if their operatores hold the following:
*Registration for the drone
*Third-party civil liability insurance
*and most importantly: FLIGHT PERMISSION from the DGAC.
We invite you to read more about the national flight laws by clicking here: