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Turkey drone flying permissions

Discussion in 'Aerial Photography and Video Discussion' started by jimska, Mar 28, 2015.

  1. jimska

    jimska Member

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    Posted by jimska, Mar 28, 2015 #1
    Got a possible shoot coming up in Turkey and can't find anything to do with regulations in Turkey at all. Does anyone here know what the rules are, if there are any atall that is??
     
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  2. Bartman

    Bartman Welcome to MultiRotorForums.com!!

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    Posted by Bartman, Mar 28, 2015 #2
    The guys at Kopterworx might be able to answer that question.... @krleas@krleas @Lanzar@Lanzar

    I think they're in Croatia (maybe Turkey? Sorry if I got that wrong!) but know the surrounding areas well.
     
  3. ovdt

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    Posted by ovdt, Mar 28, 2015 #3
    I'm located in Turkey and doing aerial business here. Currently, all drone operations are grounded in public locations. You can send me a PM for more details, I can guide you through this.
     
  4. cemcan

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    Posted by cemcan, Apr 8, 2015 #4
    I live in Istanbul and welcome if any help, info needed by PM.
     
  5. Lanzar

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    Posted by Lanzar, Apr 8, 2015 #5
    Well we are from Slovenia. 50km away is Croatia so @Bartman@Bartman you were close.
    Unfortunally turkey is a grey zone. But I see a local guy will provide help so this will be just fine.
    Good luck
     
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  6. White Wonder

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    Posted by White Wonder, May 1, 2015 #6
    Hmm, shame it's a bit restrictive there. Is it a case of greasing a few palms to open the doors?
     
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