Drone Rules in Norway
A list of drone regulations and links for drone pilots in Norway
Norwegian Regulations Overview:
Is a registration necessary?
You need to have Registration.
Recreational use of drones allowed?
It is recommended.
Is drone insurance mandatory?
It is recommended.
Commercial use of drones permitted?
Yes, but with conditions.
Does the drone need a badge?
Respect the privacy of other people
Don’t forget this rule.
Not allowed drones near airports
Stay away from Arports.
Norwegian Drone rules
When you intend to travel and fly your drone in Norway, you must know that the drone need a Registration in the Register. If you have a registration in some other countries – than you don’t need. For exact drone regulations information- you can visit this FPS webpage.
Main Norwegian Drone Regulations
Visual eye contacts during flight – all the time;
Distance to Airports – 5 km.
Do Not fly over crowds, sport events, big festivals and other masses of people.
Keep privacy of people.
Do Not fly over National and Military objects and facilities.
Distance to traffic, buildings and people – 150 meters.
The good drone pilot always keep main Drone Rules. Check the technical condition of the drone before perform a flight. Read the official information on the website CAAN, be responsive and focused. Don’t disturb your concentration during flights.
Drone Rules for Commercial Use
If you intend to perform any Commercial operation – you have to inform CAA and to make a registration. There are 3 categories : RO 1, RO 2 and RO 3.
For the RO 1 the requirements are:
RO 1 means the drone is 2.5 kg max and the the max speed is 111km/H. The flights must be only day time. Each operation must be declare with declaration send to [email protected]. This declaration must contain Name, Address, Contact Information and the type of the drone witch will be used. The drone pilot must have at least 16 years. The drone must be Labeled with pilot’s Name and Phone.
For the RO 2 the requirements are:
RO 2 means the drone is up to 25kg and the max speed is 148 km/H. Only daytime flights. License from CAA is required. With the application you need to deposit also a Risk Analysis. The pilot have to pass a Online Course. The pilot must be at least 18 years old.
For the RO 3 the requirements are:
RO 3 means the drone is over 25kg and the max speed is 148km/H. Only daytime flights. License from CAA is required. With the application you need to deposit also a Risk Analysis. The pilot have to pass a Online Course. The pilot must be at least 18 years old.
We advise you always read official website for latest information about Norwegian Regulations. This will provide safety and useful drone flights. Always check the technical condition of the drone before perform a flight.
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