In order for a drone to be allowed flying legally in the Romanian airspace, it must be registered as an ultra-light aircraft with a take-off weight of more than 500 grams. Of course, Romania’s air traffic control is responsible for this. However, documents from German aviation authorities are accepted. So you can mail your General Advance Authorization to the Authoritata Aeronautica Civila Romana (AACR) and then the requirement is fulfilled.
Unfortunately, registration is not enough to fly with the drone in Romania. All flights must be notified in advance to the Ministry of Defense with location and time.
Therefore I would recommend traveling only with drones to Romania weighing less than 500 grams (e.g., DJI Spark or the Yuneec Breeze).
Maximum flight altitude: No specification of altitude limits found. This is probably coordinated with the Ministry of Defense.
Maximum horizontal distance and FPV: Like in Germany, the visible contact with the drone must also exist in Romania during the flight.
Compulsory insurance: For operation in Romania, you must complete a drone insurance.
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): From a take-off weight of more than 500 grams, you must register your multicopter (see above).
Distance to airports: No information found.
Other safe distances: No information found.
Flight bans: Flights with unmanned aerial vehicles may only be carried out outside of cities. Individual authorizations may be granted by the Romanian CAA.
Flight approval: For operations in the biosphere reserve “Danube Delta” an overflight permit is required.
Time of operations: No information found.
Specific regulations: All flights must be released by the Ministry of Defense.
Regulations for commercial pilots: As far as I know, there is no division between leisure drones and commercial multicopters in Romania.
Helpful links: CAA
We have researched the listed drone regulations for Romania to the best of our knowledge. We can not guarantee the correctness of the information. If you want to be on the safe side, please contact the competent aviation authority. Alternatively, you can also ask the embassy in your country for further information about the regulations. Please leave us a comment when you receive news and/or gain experience with your copter in Romania!