Drone Guide

Drone guide
For play and leisure.

Congratulations on your new drone!
Here are the rules and guidelines for using your drone for play and leisure.

The rules are also available on mobile and web in New Norwegian and Norwegian
www.droneleik.no / www.dronelek.no

Responsibilities

You have a responsibility to know the laws and rules concering drones. This drone guide is a summary.

Flying drones for leisure and play goes under the name "model airplanes" in Norwegian law and should be read in full on www.lovdata.no


Keep your distance from airports.

Never fly closer than 5 km.


You should always be able to see your drone.

Max. Flying height is 120 meters above ground.


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Keep a distance of 150 meters from people, buildings, and traffic. This means traffic on roads, at sea and in the air.

As the drone operator you take full responsibility for damage to people and property: Always fly your done in a mindful and considerate manner!

Top 5 rules:

1: The drone should always be kept within your sight and operated in a mindful and considerate manner. Never fly near accident sites.

2: Never fly closer than 5 km from airports unless you have explicit clearance to do so.

3: Never fly higher than 120 meters off the ground.

4: Never fly over festivals, military facilities or sporting events. Keep a distance of 150 meters.

5: Be considerate of others privacy. Take note of the rules concerning photos and films of other people.


Are you planning to take photos/film with your drone? Then you have to follow the privacy guidelines. See Datatilsynet.no (Norwegian)


There are separate rules and guidelines for drones used for commercial work. More information and details can be found on our homepage www.luftfartstilsynet.no