Originally Posted by Poly
Eh? CAA is a UK body, it may have the power to stop a british flagged aircraft or registered pilot anywhere in the world but how could it stop a Frenchman using one in France, or an American in Texas?
They all sing from a very similar sheet when it comes to aviation rules as you would expect. Google your chosen country and CAA and you'll find rules pertaining to you. Even the FAA for our friends away yonder can be found under CAA via Google if you wish.
Put another way, if you do wrong "A" CAA will probably come calling or of com in our case for transmission issues. Again, Google whatever country you are in to be sure you stick within set power and frequency restrictions.