Drone regulations in Georgia
Last update on 14.08.2021 | 5 Kommentare
In this article, you will learn what rules to follow if you want to fly a drone in Georgia.
Georgia, as a partner of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), has adopted the rules that have been introduced in many countries with the European drone regulation. This means that there is also a registration requirement in Georgia, flights are divided into three categories, and remote pilots can prove their knowledge through licenses.
However, we do not yet have information on whether registration and knowledge certificates from an EU country are also recognized in Georgia and vice versa. You should contact the appropriate aviation authority before traveling.
You can get an overview of the European rules here.
Registration as a drone operator in Georgia is possible via this link.
Overview: Drone rules in Georgia
Drone labels can be ordered here
CAA: [email protected]
Restrictions and flight bans
The flight bans are to be displayed on this map, but it is currently (August 2021) not yet functional. Until now, a safety distance of 6 kilometers was applied around airports, and a minimum distance of 50 meters had to be maintained from public roads, railways, and buildings. In populated areas, in parks, above playing fields, and near power lines, the operation of drones was prohibited.
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!