Drone regulations in Georgia
In this article, you will learn what rules to follow if you want to fly a drone in Georgia.
According to our research, it is quite uncomplicated to fly a multicopter privately and commercially in Georgia without permission, as long as you follow a few rules.
Drones under 250 grams are not regulated. The following rules apply to heavier copters.
Overview: Drone rules in Georgia
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More information for drone pilots in Georgia
Georgia has an “open category” for which no permit is required. The following conditions must be met:
The maximum take-off mass is 25 kilograms, the maximum operating altitude is 400 feet (122 meters).
The maximum allowed flight speed is 54 km / h. The operation of drones is permitted from the age of 14 years as long as an adult is there to monitor the minor.
In Georgia, drones may only be operated within line of sight. No other aids may be used.
Only drones that have not been modified may be used.
As far as I know, there is no requirement in Georgia to have drone insurance. However, we always recommend taking out special insurance.
Restrictions and flight bans
A safety distance of 6 kilometers must be maintained around airports. A minimum distance of 50 meters must be kept from groups of people, public roads, rails and buildings.
The operation of drones is prohibited in populated areas, in parks, over playing fields and near power lines.
Good to know
Drones weighing 5 kg or more must be registered unless they are already registered in another country.
If you are planning flight maneuvers outside of the open category, you must apply for a permit. You can find more information in Georgian here.
We have researched the drone rules for Georgia listed here to the best of our knowledge. We can not guarantee the accuracy of the information. If you want to play it safe then you can contact the National Aviation Authority. Alternatively, you can ask the national embassy in your country for more information. Please leave us a comment if you have any news or experience with your copter in Georgia!