TSA Doesn't List Drones
The closest things to drones I could find in TSA's database of packable items are radio controlled helicopters which apparently can be taken on a plane both as check-in as well as carry-on luggage. TSA even gives packing advice. Quoting from the linked site:
Search Results For: RC helicopter
Check or Carry-on
You may ...
There are currently no laws against possessing or purchasing drones (UAVs) in Japan. There is also currently no policy to have to declare them at the border (unless asked as to what it is). A summarised list of goods with prohibitions, controls and restrictions can be found here
There are however, laws pertaining to height and locations flown as per an ...
This site lists drone laws by country:
It should be able to give you any known laws. However, I would still be sure to declare them wherever you go, just because of the political climate these days...
First of all, no backpacks allowed, no bags big enough to bring anything worth the effort.
Secondly, all bags going into any Paris museum are scanned and/or looked through, basically for bombs but a drone might stand out enough for the searcher to take note.
Thirdly, there are guards all through the museum and they will take action, and with Paris on ...
While drones are permitted in the Seychelles, you would first want to check whether the airline carrier(s) allow it in your checked baggage, and for all of your flights, not just the Dubai stopover.
As this regulation is under the purview of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (DCA), and you will arrive and depart through its airport, you may come ...
Drones are generally allowed in Russia.
However they are going to be prohibited at the World Cup 2018 venues. If that's the purpose, don't take yours along.
5.1.42. moving and gliding aircraft or their models (gliders, drones, kites, etc.);
Source: Stadium Code of Conduct for the FIFA Confederations Cup ...
I think your fears are just that .. fears.
The official CASA website: Flying drones/remotely piloted aircraft in Australia has several sections about flying drones in Australia. And (for example) under the section "How are you planning on flying your drone?" => "For fun" its states
You don’t need approval to fly your drone for fun.
There are however ...
Just flew to the Virgin Islands and back. I stopped and asked 2 different TSA agents if it's ok to bring my drone when flying. Both said yes - they see drones in carry-on bags all the time they say. I'm planning to give it a try when I go to Montana next week.
There are two parts to this question.
Are drones allowed in Argentina?
According to this site drones for hobby use were allowed in July 2015.
You should check shortly before traveling, but I feel that the chances are good.
How much value can you bring into Argentina?
It looks like adults can bring goods to a value of $US 300 and minors (...
According to http://www.phantompilots.com/the/dominican-republic-drone-laws.62421 there is a 16 page document from the civil aviation authority website to fill in for customs, but for a drone under 2kg (like a Phantom) you don't need permission.
I've flown within the USA, to the US from Canada and Europe, and all over Europe without issues. Here are a few tips:
Many airlines now have a drone specific page on their website -
search using something like "can I take my drone on British Airways"
to find it. Print this page and take it with you when you fly.
There are likely to be limits on the amount ...
As long as the remote control and the drone are off (they would probably consider those as radios/remote controlled vehicles, which are not allowed to be used in flight) I don't see an issue.
You will need to register the drone with the FAA in order to fly it, and I might be wrong, but you may need an address inside the US as part of registration.
I have ...
Back from the trip :) No problems at all with the drone. I passed through both countries customs without any issues at all. Didn't fly it in Dubai though due to lacking a state license).
Just an advice for Seychelles, beware that Air Seychelles planes fly at relatively low altitudes and there are a couple helicopters flying too so you better keep an eye on ...
Whilst I had to look this up, it confirmed my gut feeling that recreational use of drones within Indonesia was fine.
Indonesia Drone Laws
There are some common sense restrictions listed in the link. The only ones that stood out for me were:
Don't fly over temples (I'd suggest not near either)
Use common sense and don't fly over crowds
Ensure you are ...
Oman Air's restricted items include corrosives, which may not be in either checked or carry on baggage.
For safety reasons dangerous articles such as Compressed gases, Corrosives, Etiologic agents, Explosives, Flammable liquids and solids, Radio-active materials, Oxidizing materials, Poisons and other articles such as mercury, magnetized ...
The code of conduct states that drones are not allowed in the stadiums, and that makes total sense. From what I gather the normal drone rules apply: do not fly over crowded areas or other restricted areas like the Kremlin and near airports.
So, I recently took a flight to Manila from Paris with my drone and batteries in my LiPo bag and card cases. When I advised the ticket agent that I had the Mavic inside the bag I was about to check in, she was shocked. Called her manager and advised me that it was not allowed through Muscat, Oman. They made me take out my drone and hold it in the airport ...
I have taken my Phantom 4 case on 4 flights. I purchased a case specifically for this drone. Case is on wheels and it fits in the overhead compartment easily. No one has questioned me or examined the contents of the case.
I just saw someone carrying a Phantom 4 drone in it's factory case through the Miami International airport, it just had a specialized sticker on the seam of the case. I don't know what the guy went through to get the sticker, but he didn't seam stressed. It was the only carry-on object I saw him with...