Civil Aviation Authority Public Relations Manager Sepiso Zimba says this has been prompted by a huge challenge that drones pose to the safety and security of aircraft.
Ms Zimba says the challenge is compounded by the fact that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has not yet developed regulations that can enable safe use of drones.
She says ICAO has only developed general guidance on use of drones which are not sufficient to the safety and security of aircraft.
Ms Zimba says despite the absence of ICAO standards the development and use of drones is on the rise worldwide.
She says is against this background that the Civil Aviation Authority would want to engage drone users and those that intend to use them so that they are aware of the regulations that surround their use in Zambia.
Ms Zimba says the regulations will be rolled out at a stakeholders meeting in Lusaka on Tuesday, April 26th.
Ms Zimba says the meeting will be used to get feedback from stakeholders before presenting the regulations to the minister.