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pete beadle

Hi Tom

I'm sure your schedule would have been very informative, CAP179 that is, could you tell us all where we find the original ' cos this copy is fuzzy and unreadable

Regards

Pete

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MattyB
15 hours ago, satinet said:

Word from the bmfa is that this won't apply to members of associations.

Model aircraft

Additional provisions are made within the regulation to cater for operations, including registration and remote pilot competence, under the framework of model aircraft clubs or associations under a separate authorisation that can be negotiated with, and issued by, the CAA.

That is certainly the angle they are going for - the question is will they be able to secure the necessary exemption. I received this direct from Dave Phipps when I asked him about this specific topic via the BMFA FB page...

"A3 is within the 'Open Category' so would apply to those operating outside the framework of Associations. The only thing mandated in the EU regs for those within an Association is the requirement for registration. Absolutely everything else should be defined in the authorisation negotiated with the CAA for which CAP658 will be our starting point. Regards Dave"

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MattyB
15 hours ago, pete beadle said:

Hi Tom

I'm sure your schedule would have been very informative, CAP179 that is, could you tell us all where we find the original ' cos this copy is fuzzy and unreadable

Regards

Pete

BARCS1702 

Just click on the image in Tom's post - it will get bigger. Alternatively you can find that table in the final page of CAP 1789...

http://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/CAP1789 EU UAS Regulations-Guidance.pdf

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f3fisa

Finally found this on the new BMFA guidance website

https://rcc.bmfa.uk/know-the-law/article-95

It appears to say that as long as you are not carrying a camera the 50m  and 150m  rule does not apply.

This is not a BMFA exemption but might have been negotiated by the BMFA.

Of course it could all change after 30th June 2020.

David.

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Andy Symons
4 hours ago, f3fisa said:

Finally found this on the new BMFA guidance website

https://rcc.bmfa.uk/know-the-law/article-95

It appears to say that as long as you are not carrying a camera the 50m  and 150m  rule does not apply.

This is not a BMFA exemption but might have been negotiated by the BMFA.

Of course it could all change after 30th June 2020.

David.

Its not an exemption at all, it's the actual Air Navigation Order and is nothing new. There has never been any stated distances for "non surveillance" unmanned aircraft

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