Russia Drone Laws and Regulations

Russia allows the use of unmanned aircraft and unmanned aircraft systems or their elements that have a starting mass of less than 30km without preliminary certification and operational registration. All previously existing qualification requirements for aviation personnel who operate these drones are removed, and no professional licenses are required for their operators if the drones

Spain Drone Laws and Regulations

In Spain, if you fly drone as an amateur hobbyist, nonprofit organization, it’s Ok but MUST obey the following rules. You must have full responsibility for your flight in regards to people and property. Don’t Don’t fly your drone in urban areas or crowds of people(eg, wedding party, populated zones) Don’t fly your drone in

United States Drone Laws and Regulations

You don’t need permission from the FAA to fly your UAS (aka drone) for fun or recreation, but you must always fly safely. You don’t need register if your drone’s not weighs more than 0.55 pounds and less than 55 pounds. However, visiting foreign nationals MUST register their UAS upon arrival in the United States.

Canada Drone Laws and Regulations

In Canada, if fly your drone for fun and it weighs more than 250g and up to 35kg, you do not need special permission from Transport Canada to fly. However, following the basic safety rules below will help keep people, aircraft and property safe. If you fly where you are not allowed or choose not to

United Kingdom Drone Laws and Regulations

Small unmanned aircraft are now widely available for commercial use. More popularly known as drones, just like many other devices, they can cause injury or damage if they are not used responsibly and so are subject to specific safety rules relating to the way they are operated, which are underpinned by UK law. Anyone flying