Category Archives: Safety

EASA draft proposals updates

Hi All If you have read the latest (April 2018) issue of the BMFA magazine you will have noticed, on page 50, a summary of the latest EASA draft proposals for the regulation of unmanned aircraft.UAS.SPEC.055 Responsibilities of model clubs and associations. Contained in there is a possibility that clubs will be able to operate within… Read More »

Proposed EASA regulations updates

Members Here is the latest update on the proposed EASA regulations relating to Unmanned Aircraft which will affect us as model aircraft flyers . It is worth noting the conditions that will possibly be imposed upon clubs to enable them to continue operating as they do now.   https://bmfa.org/News/News-Page/ArticleID/2510/EASA-Publish-their-Technical-Opinion-and-Draft-Regulations-for-Unmanned-Aircraft

MODIFIED HELICOPTER FLYING ARRANGEMENTS

With the recent upsurge of interest in Helicopter flying, the possibility for conflict between flying models has inevitably increased with consequent degradation of safety. The committee would refer all members to appendix 1.4 of the NADMAS rule book page 18 &19. which sets out the circuit arrangements in force at present. Some explanation of the… Read More »