Drone Laws in Andorra

Agencies Responsible for regulating drones in the Principality of Andorra

Mobility and Public Transport Department (MPT)

UAS Laws – General rules for flying drones in Andorra

The Andorran agency responsible for drone safety, MPT, has not codified drone use regulations in Andorra. Go to the link above to check for recent updates.

Are drones allowed in Andorra?

According to MPT, Drone operations are not regulated in Andorra. Use the ICAO’s recommendations. Read on for more details.

Here are the most important rules to know for flying a drone in Andorra:

Absent explicit regulations, we suggest you contact the MPT and follow the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations (ICAO UAS Toolkit):

  1. You should always consult your local Civil Aviation Authority since drone guidelines and regulations differ from country to country.
  2. If the drone weighs more than 25 kg (55 lbs), most States require you to obtain a permit before operating it.
  3. If you are paid to use the drone or if you use it for research, most States require you to obtain a permit before operating it.
  4. Keep your drone within eyesight at all times.
  5. Read the user’s manual thoroughly before operating your drone.
  6. Check your drone before each flight.
  7. Don’t fly within 50 meters (55 yards) of or over people, property, or vehicles.
  8. Don’t fly more than 150 meters (490 feet) from the ground
  9. Don’t fly near an airport. Stay at least 8km (5 miles) away.
  10. Always remember that you are now a remote pilot and are responsible for flying safely and avoiding collisions.

Notes for recreational drone pilots flying for fun in Andorra

See the general rules above.

Notes for operating Commercial Drone Services in Andorra

See the general rules above.

Useful published information on flying drones in Andorra

Here is a sample of what you might expect if you follow the drone laws and fly in Andorra…


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