Flying DRONES ABROAD – (How to Find Out Drone Rules & Regulations) | Mr MPW

Flying DRONES ABROAD – (How to Find Out Drone Rules & Regulations) | Mr MPW

Hi everyone,

Welcome to the channel – in this video, we take a look at where and how to find out the Drone Rules and Regulations for different countries… There are a set of definitive documents for each country called the ‘AIP’ (Aeronautical Information Publication), which contain ALL the aviation-related regulations for the relevant country.

However, they aren’t always the easiest set of documents to find what you’re after and the can be MASSIVE!!!

So, we’ve got a website that we recommend that you take a look at if you need to find anything, which is a great place to start; you can find the link to it below…

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  1. Geoff 1 on August 31, 2021 at 10:40 pm

    Hi I Fly for recreation only. I’m retired but use to work in an international company as a quality officer.
    The caa regs for businesses is typical of QA documentation
    Loads and loads of stuff, manuals of 100 pages mostly never to be read, but unfortunately required by law.
    It will just swamp anyone running a company.

  2. Myles Currie on August 31, 2021 at 10:50 pm

    I think the UK needs to apply the same rules to visitors as they do citizens otherwise my romainian girlfriend is going to be the lucky "owner" of a shiny dji mavic air whenever we go out flying.

  3. Strong Island on August 31, 2021 at 11:17 pm

    Recently worked in Sweden and as well as the regulations to fly there are also rules regarding the sharing of any images and video without a permit. The permit process evaluates the content of the images in regards to any security issues (e.g. major infrastructure, military, etc.). It was a relatively easy process but you do have to share the hi-res unedited files. It was UAV Coach that helped me in the planning stages.

  4. Shaun the Drone on August 31, 2021 at 11:23 pm

    Thumbs up ere’ Matt, good advice – we get many drone flyers from the UK coming to Spain to fly with us and have had no problems at the moment until the new laws come into force next July. Many thanks for sharing the info 🙂

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