Drones in desert countries


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Hi, I am thinking of starting a drones service business in Saudi Arabia, with no official supplier and no prio-experience flying drones, I am worried about our dusty, humid and scorching hot weather would do to drones.

I am eyeing the Yuneec H520 right now, and the maintenance manual is saying to avoid taking off and landing on dusty areas so as not to get dust in the motor and in the landing gear. Keeping in mind that if one motor stops, it's a huge risk and the drone falls down and breaks something like a $3,000 camera. How problematic is it to actually fly in these weather conditions? And what do I do for maintenance, as it's saying change motors every 800 flights

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