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Drone Laws in Lithuania

Drone regulations and links for people flying drones in Lithuania.

drone laws in LithuaniaLithuania Drone Regulations

According to Lithuania’s national aviation authority, the Lithuania Civil Aviation Administration (LCAA), flying a drone is legal in Lithuania, but we recommend being aware of and compliant with the drone regulations listed below before doing so.

If you’d like to contact the LCAA directly before you travel with any questions you might have, here is their contact information: caa@caa.lt / +370 5 273 90 38

flying a drone in Lithuania

Why fly a drone in Lithuania? To get great aerial shots like these!

General Rules for Flying a Drone in Lithuania

Based on our research and interpretation of the laws, here are the most important rules to know for flying a drone in Lithuania.

  • Drones weighing more than 25 kilograms (55 pounds) must be registered with the LCAA and the drone pilot must be licensed with the LCAA.
  • Drones must be kept a minimum of 50 meters (164 feet) from all vehicles, buildings, people, crowds, and places of worship.
  • Drones may not be flown over military facilities without permission from the National Defense System. Find information on how to gain approval for flights over military territories on this page of the LCAA website.
  • Drones are not permitted within one nautical mile of all airports and three nautical miles from control points without a separate air traffic service provider permit.
  • Drone pilots must maintain a direct line of sight with their drone throughout operations.
  • Drones must give way to manned aircraft.
  • Drone cannot fly above 120 meters (394 feet) above the ground.
  • Drone liability insurance is required for all drone operations.

For more information on Lithuania’s drone laws, see this page on the LCAA website.

Know something we don’t about drone laws in Lithuania? Send us an email at support[at]uavcoach[dot]com. We are not international aviation attorneys and do our best to keep this page up-to-date for drone pilots, but the reality is that given the pace of the small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) industry and how governments are responding, drone regulations in Lithuania can change throughout the year, and those changes can be hard to track. If we missed something, please reach out to let us know.

Want to get a feel for the kind of footage you could get flying a drone in Lithuania? Here you go: