About Drone Laws OS

Drone Laws OS

OS is Open Source

We are drone enthusiasts who recognize that we need all drone users to fly responsibly. We created this website as a way to facilitate education on the latest laws, rules, and regulations governing the use of drones around the world.

Drone laws is a not-for-profit NGO, and this website is managed by volunteers.

Why did we decide on Open Source?

Drone laws are important and not proprietary. We need everyone to access definitive drone laws, not opinions, interpretations or sales pitches.

This site aims to direct you to definitive sources rather than guide you to self-serving service offerings.

We encourage users to follow the links to definitive sources and read authoritative references. Moreover, follow those rules!

Our Database

Our database is updated by volunteers reviewing in each country or jurisdiction, the definitive sources of drone laws when they exist.

The database is comprised of a Country directory with some States or Provinces where applicable. On each page, you will find relevant national regulations, additional resources, and links to sources or regulatory agencies.

We know that regulation change frequently and suggest that you use these pages as a starting point, but visit the authoritative reference for the latest information.

We encourage like-minded enthusiasts to share your experience in each jurisdiction that may help to augment our collective knowledge of how to operate a drone safely in that jurisdiction.

The contents of this website are open-sourced and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States (CC By-SA 3.0 US). Feel free to share, remix, or otherwise.

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IMPORTANT NOTE

The content on this site (The latest Drone Laws/Drone Regulations) is collated by volunteers from public general information. This material is not presented as legal advice of any kind, and we cannot guarantee that the information is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. Do not substitute the information you find here for legal advice from a licensed attorney who is authorized to practice in the jurisdiction. When in doubt, contact the local aviation authority responsible for drone safety, utilize a licensed drone service operator, and/or consult a qualified attorney.

We welcome any feedback, corrections, or updates that can be shared with our community.

The contents of this website are open-sourced and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States (CC By-SA 3.0 US). Feel free to share, remix, or otherwise.