Multirotors are becoming freely available from many
sources often with cameras attached and set up for video
piloting known as First Person View.
Strict regulations exist for the use of model aircraft
multirotors of this type. Before operating these
model aircraft, you should be aware of the regulations
which are available on the
CAA website in
Section 101. Many MFNZ clubs
enthusiasts, you can contact a club from the link
above and get detailed advice on where and how to operate
these exciting models safely.
on Flying Sites Trust
At the last council
meeting it was agreed to recommend to the formation
of a charitable trust to support the acquisition
development and retention of Flying Sites around NZ.
The formal recommendation is attached in Dave
Wrights agenda for the Annual General Meeting.
Click to view the full
Deed of Charitable Trust - New Zealand Model Flying Trust
Proposed trustees - New
Zealand Model Flying Sites Trust
Questions & Answers - 8th July
F3J World Champs.
NZ team wins SILVER
CZE 29853.9 points
NZL 29776.5 points
SLO 29557.4 points
AUS 29528.5 points
SWE 29202.6 points
Senior Results of the fly-offs
1st & GOLD - Jan Littva SVK on
2nd & SILVER - Joe
Wurts NZL on 4996.8 Points
3rd & BRONZE - Wojciech Byrski
on 4992.8 Points
6th - Dave Griffin
NZL on 4952.3 points
Team NZ Facebook
Awesome & well done guys.