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Droning in Spain

Discussion in 'Phantom 1 Discussion' started by lruffing, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. lruffing

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    hey guys so I moved to Spain recently and obviously I wanna fly my drone a lot because of the beautiful scenery it's a phantom 1 with just Chinese gimbal and a fpv tranmitter it's defiantly less than 5 kg and I was wondering if I could still safely fly it because I've read a few things that the government of Spain banned drones however I'm not really sure if I can still fly my phantom it would be awesome if you guys could help me out on this because I'm very eager to fly my drone!! thank you in advance!!
     
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    I will be in Murcia in September
     
  3. lruffing

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    I'm in Barcelona
     
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    Hi guys i want to go to Barcelona for a holiday from Europe and I am worried about taking my drone with me in official DJI backpack as a carry-on. Will there be any problems on the airport? And if I want to shoot some landscapes around World Trade Centre will there be problems? Cheers
     
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