As unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology becomes more advanced, more approachable and more affordable, troves of recreational and commercial drone pilots are entering the drone industry.
Problem is, as it so often happens in such a quickly evolving ecosystem, policy makers are having a hard time keeping up. While some countries have clear, established drone laws, many others don’t, or the existing regulations don’t take into account how much the UAV landscape has changed over the last several years.
On this page, we’ve done our best to lay out drone law links to help you better navigate the UAV industry in your respective country.
While additional drone regulations exist for a wide range of topics, including equipment on board, purpose of flight, airworthiness, and more, our goal with this resource is to focus on safe and legal piloting of UAVs around the world.
These links are not exhaustive and simply meant to provide direction. We encourage you to perform additional research on your intended application and chosen airspace.
Drone Laws: UAV Regulations by Country
Countries are organized alphabetically, and each link will direct you to a separate page that highlights important drone law links for that particular country.
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Republic of the
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe