Drone regulations in Serbia

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

Serbian Regulations Overview:

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Is a registration necessary?

You need to have Registration.
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Recreational use of drones allowed?

It is recommended.
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Is drone insurance mandatory?

It is recommended.
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Commercial use of drones permitted?

Yes, but with conditions.
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Does the drone need a badge?

Recommended
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Maximum Altitude:

120 metters
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Respect the privacy of other people

Don’t forget this rule.
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Not allowed drones near airports

Stay away from Arports.

Drone regulations in Serbia

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

         Important note for foreigners : When you entering in Serbia with your drone,

             you have to receive the consent of the Serbian Ministry of Defense.

Main responsive authorities

Contacts

dgca@cad.gov.rs / +381 11 292 71 69

Drone regulations in Serbia

General Drone Rules for Flying a Drone in Serbia

When you want to fly your drone :

– You need to Register it.
– Each single flight have to receive Permission from CAD. The request may be proceed up to 5 days.

We advise you always to check the latest news and information before decide to travel and fly your drone. These two basic Drone regulations for Serbia are the only found resources in the internet, So you can just call or visit the official CAD website.

This is the special section for Drone Regulations in Serbia from CAD – read here.

And here are the Drone regulations – PDF file

 

Except the specific Drone rules from CAD, it is always required to keep the basic Drone pilot rules:

      • – Keep your drone under eye sight.

      • – Check technical condition before flight.

      • – Keep people privacy.

      • – Don’t fly near Airports and any other specific area.

      • – Fly in Day times.

      • – Don’t fly above Military areas, Nuclear power plants, Natural disasters etc.

 

Some tourist travel tips for Serbia

Today, Serbia is a dynamic combination of cultures because of many foreign influences it has undergone over the centuries. The Romans, Ottomans, Hapsburgs and more passed through Serbia. Today it is a boiling center for parties and beer festivals, as well as incredible nature. Serbia is home to eastern and western cultures, medieval and modern cities, fortresses and ancient monasteries.

Nish

It is the third largest city in Serbia. It is a frequent stop for travellers between Belgrade and Sofia. It is also one of the oldest European cities – it was founded in 279. Constantine the Great, founder of Constantinople, was born here. His monument can be seen downtown. Near the statues are ruins of a wall built by the Turks in the 18th century. An ominous but touristy attraction is a tower built by the skulls of Ottomans beheaded by Serbs.
The Devil’s Town

Erosion is responsible for one of Serbia’s most beautiful natural views. Legend has it that the rocks are the fossilized guests of a wedding party. Devil’s water flows through the rocks, forming these interesting shapes.

Kopaonik National Park

Kopaonik is the highest mountain in Serbia, declared a national park in 1981. It also houses the most famous ski resort in the country, with an elevator that can carry 32,000 people an hour. There is snow cover from November to May. In the past, gold, silver, iron and zinc were long here.


Prizren

Today, Prizren is part of Kosovo, but Serbs consider the appropriation of the area illegal. This Prizren Fortress hotel is located in the city. There are several churches in the center, an example of the splendid Serbian medieval architecture.

Jerdap National Park

The Danube is located on the Danube and is a magnet for tourists on a hike or picnic. There are four gaps in the area that merge into one, the Girdap Gorge, also known as the Iron Gate. It is also the road to the southern Carpathians.

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