Before you take out your UAS for your first flight take a moment to become familiar with the applicable safety rules
Remember to label your unmanned aircraft with your user registration number before heading out to fly.
Flying UAS in and around public events is prohibited unless a special permission is issued by GCAA or UAS Operator holds a LUC with appropriate privileges.
Flying UAS within Restricted, Prohibited and Dangerous areas without authorization is not permitted. Use the following link airspace.gov.ge to view information about airspace.
Three main categories of UAS operations are: Open, Specific and Certified. To view detailed requirements of each operation category please visit GCAA web page .
An easy-to-use smartphone app that helps unmanned aircraft operators to plan and manage UAS flights will be available soon. The app will contain easy to read maps with accurate and timely information.
Remember to label your UAS with your user registration number before heading out to fly. The number must be on the exterior of your UAS. Labelling should be done in such a way that the user registration number is not easily removed, damaged or deleted.