Drone laws in Romania

A list of drone regulations and links for drone pilots in Romania

Romanian Regulations Overview:


Is a registration necessary?

You need to have Registration.

Recreational use of drones allowed?

Yes, it is allowed.

Is drone insurance mandatory?

It is recommended.

Commercial use of drones permitted?

Yes, but with conditions.

Does the drone need a badge?


Maximum Altitude:

300 metters

Respect the privacy of other people

Don’t forget this rule.

Not allowed drones near airports

Stay away from Airports.

Drone laws in Romania


When you decide travel and fly your drone in Romania you need to be inform about the drone regulations about this. Always read the latest rules and information on the official web pages.

Main responsive authorities


dir.gen@caa.ro / +

Drone laws in Romania:

General Drone Rules for Flying a Drone in Romania

We advise you to check the actual information in the official websites and always be up to date with the Rules. This is guarantee for safe flights.

First step for fly in Romania is –

If you are not Romanian ( you are foreigner) – you need to have Registration in AACR.
  – The MAX high of the flights is 300 meters.
  – Never loose you Drone from sight. The visual eye contact is allays obligated.
  – If your drone is much than 20 kg you need to have Insurance.
  – Each Single flight need to get Approuval from the Ministery of Defence before perform it.
  – It is NOT allow to fly over people, in cities. If you have a serious exception – you need the get Permission from the AACR.
  – This is the Application you have to apply and get from AACR – Romania (PDF file)

All necessary information about Drone Laws in Romania – you can find ot the official website of RCAA

Some tourist travel tips for Romania

Bucharest – Little Paris

The capital of Romania, similar to Paris because of the typical 19th century architecture, the river flows through the city and the Arc de Triomphe. Museums, theaters and art galleries are at every corner. And Bucharest is also the city with the largest population on the Balkan Peninsula – about 1.8 million people.

Peles Castle

In the past, it was the summer residence of Romanian kings. It is built on a strategic medieval road that connects Transylvania and Wallachia. It has more than 160 rooms, which are interwoven with a variety of styles, including French, Florentine, Oriental and of course the Imperial Suite. The castle has one of the richest collections of works of art in which there are numerous paintings and books, military armor and weapons, as well as many gold and silver objects.

Bran Castle

Also known as the Castle of Count Dracula. Although there is no firm historical record, Prince Vlad Tepes (the real name of Count Dracula) lived in the castle, locals believe that Vlad Tepes was imprisoned for about 2 months in the castle’s dungeons. It is the many dungeons and secret tunnels that allow the castle to enter and leave the castle secretly, nourishing the imagination of people, and it was not until 30 years ago that Bran Branch became the Dracula’s castle.
Today it is a very popular tourist destination, visited by thousands of tourists annually.

The Black Church in Brasov

The construction began around 1383, as a curious fact is that the inhabitants were Bulgarians. The Black Church is also known as the Church of St. Mary, and it is the largest Gothic-style building in the country. Its name comes after in 1689. large fire erupts, destroying the roof, and the entire stone part blackens with soot. The church has five portals and at the entrance of each of them are extremely beautiful stone sculptures.

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