Drone Laws in European Countries

Countries in Europe and a summary of their drone regulatory status – Regulations for recreational and commercial drone operators with links to regulators can be found by following the link to the country page.

NOTE: Countries are grouped into Continents using Wikipedia List of countries by continents. Some countries may be listed on multiple continents.

  • Drone Laws in Albania

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

  • Drone Laws in Andorra

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

  • Drone Laws in Austria

    According to Austro Control, drones are allowed in Austria, subject to AC and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Azerbaijan

    According to CAA, drones are restricted for private drone pilots but allowed for commercial use in Azerbaijan, subject to CAA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Belarus

    According to MTC, drone use is allowed in Belarus, subject to MTC regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Belgium

    According to FPS, drones are allowed in Belgium, subject to FPS and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    According to BHDCA, drone operations are allowed in Bosnia and Herzegovina subject to regulations provided by the BHDCA. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Bulgaria

    According to DGCAA, Flying a drone is legal in Bulgaria, subject to DGCAA and EASA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Croatia

    According to CCAA, drone use is allowed in Croatia, subject to CCAA and EASA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Cyprus

    According to DCA, drones are allowed in Cyprus, subject to DCA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Denmark

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Denmark, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Estonia

    According to ETA, drone use is allowed in Estonia, subject to ETA and EASA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Finland

    According to TRAFI, drones are allowed in Finland, subject to TRAFI and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in France

    According to FCAA, drones are allowed in France, subject to FCAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Georgia (Country)

    According to GCAA, drone use is allowed in Georgia, subject to GCAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Germany

    According to FAO, drones are allowed in Germany, subject to FAO and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Greece

    According to HCAA, drones are allowed in Greece, subject to HCAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Hungary

    According to GDAT, drones are allowed in Hungary, subject to GDAT and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Iceland

    According to ITA, drones are allowed in Iceland, subject to ITA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Ireland

    According to IAA, drones are allowed in Ireland, subject to IAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Italy

    According to ENAC, drones are allowed in Italy, subject to ENAC and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Kazakhstan

    According to CAC, drone use is allowed in Kazakhstan, subject to CAC regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Kosovo

    According to CAA, drone use is allowed in Kosovo, subject to strict CAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Latvia

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Latvia, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Liechtenstein

    According to DCA, drones are allowed in Liechtenstein, subject to DCA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Lithuania

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Lithuania, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Luxembourg

    According to DCA, drones are allowed in Luxembourg, subject to DCA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Malta

    According to CAD, drones are allowed in Malta, subject to CAD and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Moldova

    According to CAA, drone operations are allowed in Moldova subject to very strict CAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Monaco

    According to CAA, drone operations are allowed in Monaco subject to very strict CAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Montenegro

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Montenegro, subject to CAA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in North Macedonia

    According to MCAA, drones are allowed in Macedonia, subject to MCAA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Norway

    According to CAAN, drones are allowed in Norway, subject to CAAN and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Poland

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Poland, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Portugal

    According to ANAC, drones are allowed in Portugal, subject to ANAC and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Romania

    According to AACR, drones are allowed in Romania, subject to AACR and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Russia

    According to FATA, drones are allowed in Russia, subject to FATA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in San Marino

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

  • Drone Laws in Serbia

    According to the CAD, flying drones is legal in Serbia, but certain regulations must be strictly followed. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Slovakia

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Slovakia, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Slovenia

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in Slovenia, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Spain

    According to AESA, drones are allowed in Spain, subject to AESA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Sweden

    According to STA, drones are allowed in Sweden, subject to STA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in Switzerland

    According to FOCA, drones are allowed in Switzerland, subject to FOCA and EASA regulations. Read on for details.

  • Drone Laws in the Czech Republic

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in the Czech Republic, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in the Netherlands

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in the Netherlands, subject to CAA and EASA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in The UK

    According to CAA, drones are allowed in the UK, subject to CAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Turkey

    According to DGSAA, drones are allowed in Turkey, subject to DGSAA regulations. Read on for more details.

  • Drone Laws in Ukraine

    According to SAAU, drones are allowed in Ukraine, subject to SAAU regulations. Read on for more details.


IMPORTANT NOTE

The content on this site (The latest Drone Laws/Drone Regulations) is collated by volunteers from public general information. It is based on user experience, our own research, understanding, and interpretation of the laws. We always go back to the regulatory source as a starting point and apply our expertise in simplifying where possible what the authorities publish. To that understanding, we add our own first hand experience, and users experience to build a more complete picture.

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