Drone Laws in North Korea

Agencies Responsible for regulating drones in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (North Korea)

General Administration of Civil Aviation (GACA) does not have a website


UAS Laws – General rules for flying drones in North Korea

The North Korean agency responsible for drone safety, GACA, has not published details on flying drones for fun or work.

Are drones allowed in North Korea?

According to GACA, drone operations in North Korea are strictly limited to governmental agencies and require GACA authorization. Read on for more details.

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

  • You are not permitted to fly a  drone without GACA authorization.

Notes for recreational drone pilots flying for fun in North Korea

Not allowed


Notes for Commercial Drone Services operations in North Korea

Not allowed


Useful published information on flying drones in North Korea

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

NOTE: Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS), Small UAS, Remote Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS), unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), and drone are interchangeable terms unless specified. Model aircraft, toy aircraft, Remote controlled aircraft, and RC aircraft may be covered by the same regulations unless specified.


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