Application form for flying drone over Central Oslo
Here you can find the application form, procedure and regulation regarding the permanent restricted area over Central Oslo. The processing time for applications is two weeks.
Instructions on how to apply
You have to apply before flying an unmanned aircraft (drone) in the permanent restricted area over the center of Oslo (R-102).
Fill in «NF-1129E Application form for flying drone in EN R102 (Central Oslo)». Link to PDF below.
Send the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get an exemption
Notice: To get an exemption from the flight restrictions there has to be a purpose that is beneficial for the community.
Applying for an exemption from the flight ban is regulated according to § 31 in the Norwegian Fee Regulations related to aviation (Gebyrforskriften).
Map and satellite photo of the restricted area
About the regulation R-102 – the restricted area over Central Oslo
Unofficial English translation regarding regulation on the establishment of a permanent restricted area over the centre of Oslo.
Established by the Civil Aviation Authority Norway on October 16, 2007, according to the Act of 11 June 11, 1993, No. 101 about aviation (Aviation Act) § 9-1, § 15-3 and § 15-4, cf. regulation of December 10, 1999, No. 1272 about who is the aviation authority pursuant to the Aviation Act and delegation decision of December 10, 1999, No. 1273.
§ 1. Objective
The purpose of this regulation is to establish a permanent restricted area in uncontrolled airspace over the centre of Oslo in order to reduce the risk of aviation incidences with the potential consequences these may have in relation to central government functions.
§ 2. Disciplinary scope
This regulation applies to the following area: EN R102.
Lateral extension: 1 nautical mile radius around position 595500N0104400E.
Vertical extension: SFC-3000 FT AMSL.
§ 3. Air space restrictions and consequences
All flights within the restricted area are banned unless a special exemption is granted.
Flights with beneficial purposes for the community may be granted an exemption from the flight ban based on conditions set by the Civil Aviation Authority.
The ban does not apply to flights in connection with the police, ambulance, defence, search and rescue assignments, provided that the flight is arranged according to published recommendations for VFR traffic in the Oslo area.
§ 4. Effective date
This regulation came into force on November 1, 2007.