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Worldwide Drone Rules and Regulations I can send you the latest official rules and regulations for flying drones in any 3 nominated countries. Laws and regulations for drones keep changing and also differ from country to country. They also differ for small, medium and large drones (UAV's) as well as their range. I will also send you the presently accepted definition of these when available. To know the rules and restrictions is a vital part of flying drones, especially if you contemplate traveling between countries and take a drone with you. While drone laws of a few major countries may be discovered online, these are usually incomplete and often vary from the official version. The importance of adhering to the official drone law of a country can not be over-emphasized, as it can lead to heavy fines and/or loss of your drone if not followed. The reason for this is the fact that drones, apart from the smallest models used as toys, are regarded as regular aircraft, with the pilot on ground rather than in the cockpit. I am able to give you such data and information for any selected country and I will also nominate the source of my information in each case I can do that even for the smallest countries in the less documented areas of he world, such as the Middle East, Africa and the countries previously part of the Soviet Union. In addition to the 3 nominated countries, I am able to send you such data for any one additional country for as little as US $10, in addition to my basic fee of US $60. Finally, it is advisable to get an update to such data at least once every year, as these rules and regulations are still in the state of flux. This updating process will be at a special rate, still to be determined.