Norway

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UAV Laws

In Norway you must obtain two permits to fly commercially:

1) Aerial photography permit from The National Security Authority

2) RPAS lisence from the Norwegian CAA (Will take aprox. 6 month to get an answer). For the RPAS licence you will also have to make a manual for how you will operate. Someone who's applying right now wrote a 72+ page manual.

ALL aerial photography or filming requires an Aerial photography permit from The National Security Authority (NSM). There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule. It applies to non-commercial use as well. (Taken from Riot Media)

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Remote devices that are supposed to move in the air and not used solely for recreation, sport or competition will be aircraft covered by RPAS-term. This means that the rules that apply to manned aircraft, even in principle, apply to RPAS Operations. Remote devices that are supposed to move in the air and not used solely for recreation, sport or competition will be aircraft covered by RPAS-term. This means that the rules that apply to manned aircraft, even in principle, apply to RPAS Operations.

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