The information given below is for guidance only. Dronage cannot be held responsible for any errors in this page or misuse of a drone.
Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), most countries have banned recreational UAV flights!
Some rules to follow no matter the country you fly in:
- Never fly over or around an airport or aerodrome
- Never fly over or around a nuclear power plant
- Never fly over or around a military base
- Never fly over or too close to a highway or a road
- Do not fly over a person or group of people
- Do not fly over animals (cows, horses,...)
- Don't fly over inhabited areas
- Don't fly at night
- Do not film people without their consent
In Luxembourg, from November 16, 2019, it is necessary to ask for a free generic authorization valid until November 18, 2020 which will allow you to fly during the day, everywhere in Luxembourg where it is not forbidden to fly (see link GeoPortail.lu below).
|Maximum altitude||50 m|
|Maximum take-off weight||4 kg|
Map of prohibited flying area: map.geoportail.lu
For more information, please visit: dac.public.lu
|Maximum altitude||10 m|
|Maximum take-off weight||1 kg|
Map of prohibited flight areas: map.droneguide.be
Skeyes which manages the Belgian airspace also provides an application iOS and Android, allowing you to select the characteristics of your drone, the zone and the application you will say if you can fly.
For more information on the regulation of drones in Belgium, you can visit this site: mobilit.belgium.be
|Maximum altitude||150 m
50 m under certain conditions
|Maximum take-off weight||800 g|
Map of prohibited flight areas: geoportail.gouv.fr
For more information on the regulation of drones in France, you can visit this site: service-public.fr