BMFA HANDBOOK PDF

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Model fliers have a number of legal obligations set out in CAA publication CAP and the guidance contained within the BMFA Members' Handbook is generally designed to ensure that if followed, members will comply with current requirements.

As the club wishes to encourage friendly relationships between its members at all times, there is no formal disciplinary code and any safety infringements will be acted upon by the Secretary and Chairman at the time based on the facts available.

The club has a number of members who are instructors and some who are examiners for the BMFA achievement scheme. In the interests of safety all club members are encouraged to work towards a minimum of passing the A test in the relevant discipline but this is not mandatory.

Ideally the club would like to encourage members to continue to progress to passing the BMFA B test but again this is not mandatory. The club membership list spread sheet identifies which members are BMFA qualified instructors and examiners.

It also identifies those members who have passed at some level of the BMFA achievement scheme. This list is not exhaustive and all club members should refer to the BMFA handbook for further information:.

Flying remote control models is a past time to be enjoyed by all members and spectators even when flying competitively. The club therefore wishes to remind all members to observe appropriate courtesies when interacting with others at the flying field and on club nights.

Examples of inappropriate behaviour are given in the list below, but this is not exhaustive :. Member Login. Flight Line Protocols The maximum number of fixed wing models allowed in the air at any one time is six and club members are required to maintain adequate separation at all times whilst flying. Helicopter pilots using the same flying area should be allowed time to operate without other fixed wing models being in the air at the same time.

Club members are asked to work out a sequence of flying on the day when there is a mix of both helicopter and fixed wing models.

Multi-rotors are classed as helicopters for this purpose but autogyros are classed as fixed wing Prop hanging at low altitude in front of the pits is not allowed as this can obscure the line of sight of other pilots and also be distracting Any jet turbine aircraft should be started and operated in line with the requirements stipulated by the BMFA. For the avoidance of doubt an EDF model is not classed as a Jet Turbine model Jet turbine model pilots using the same flying area should be allowed time to operate without other fixed wing models or helicopters being in the air at the same time.

Club members are asked to work out a sequence of flying on the day when there is a mix of model types.

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This threat comes from the use of multi-rotor devices equipped with GPS, Video Transmission FPV and capable of autonomous operation for criminal activity. There is no evidence that fixed wing RC model aircraft and RC model helicopters pose a threat due to the skill level required to operate and the limited range, requiring visual contact to maintain control. The proposed legislation will not remove this threat since criminals will continue to operate outside the law, while it will affect thousands of modellers who have operated their equipment Including Multi Rotors responsibly and safely for many years. Technology is already available to detect, monitor and if necessary take over control of these devices. This equipment should be deployed in sensitive areas to detect and prevent their operation.

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Model fliers have a number of legal obligations set out in CAA publication CAP and the guidance contained within the BMFA Members' Handbook is generally designed to ensure that if followed, members will comply with current requirements. As the club wishes to encourage friendly relationships between its members at all times, there is no formal disciplinary code and any safety infringements will be acted upon by the Secretary and Chairman at the time based on the facts available. The club has a number of members who are instructors and some who are examiners for the BMFA achievement scheme. In the interests of safety all club members are encouraged to work towards a minimum of passing the A test in the relevant discipline but this is not mandatory.

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The "A" test is an examination of the novice pilot's ability to independently fly an aeroplane safely with a reasonable degree of control over its attitude and positioning whilst in the air. The most important issue that an Examiner will be looking for is that the pilot has safe control over the plane at all times, that the plane is being flown in a controlled manner, not too fast nor too slow, such that the Examiner will be left in no doubt, that in the case of an emergency, the pilot could land or save the plane without any damage to persons or property. We are not looking for a flashy, fast demonstration of the pilots skill, indeed it may lead the Examiner to doubt whether the pilot has the confidence to control the plane in a safe manner at normal flying speed, so a nice controlled flight will gain plus points. Equally flying too high will also be interpreted as a lack of confidence and may result in the Examiner halting the Test. The pilot must also be able to trim the plane to level "hands off" flight in the event of the trims being moved. For absolute safety trimming should be done in the following order Elevator, Aileron, and Rudder. DO NOT trim either the Elevator or Aileron using the right hand, as control over the plane whilst making the adjustment, will be lost.

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