Tuesday, 02 January 2007 23:27
The 2007 edition of volumes ABR and F7 of Section 4 of the FAI Sporting Code which were originally published on 22 December 2006 were missing a few updates which have now been added to the documents. The revised documents are now available for downloading on the website at http://www.fai.org/aeromodelling/documents/sc4 We recommend that those of you who already downloaded the documents before the release of the 'revision 1' versions get the updated files. We apologize for any inconvenience this is causing and thank you for your understanding.
Sunday, 31 December 2006 17:40
The 2007 edition of Section 4 of the FAI Sporting Code (Aeromodelling and Spacemodelling) has now been published on the website. It is available from the CIAM Documents entry under the "Select from the CIAM Pages" menu. The 2007 Contest Calendar is available from the International Contest Calendar entry under the same menu.
Tuesday, 19 December 2006 23:33
The new stickers that accompany the new FAI aeromodelling model specification certificates are now available for downloading in both Word and PDF format from the 'CIAM Forms' page.
Wednesday, 13 December 2006 16:22
The FAI aeromodelling model specification certificates and stickers have been updated to a new design. All NACs will be required to use the new certificates and stickers starting on 1st January 2007 for all FAI sanctioned international aeromodelling competitions that require them. The CIAM Bureau has agreed that old stickers already displayed on existing models will remain acceptable at the present time, but the new stickers should used when possible and in any case must be used on all new models.
Friday, 06 October 2006 00:57
At its 2005 Plenary Meeting, the FAI Aeromodelling Commission (CIAM) recognised that new technology underlying autonomous flight was available. It was agreed at that meeting that new record categories would need to be set up and this had been accomplished by mid-2006. Click here to download the F8 world record rules, effective 2006. The lists of current F8 World Records are published at http://records.fai.org/models/
Monday, 26 June 2006 22:56
The F5 Annexes to Volume F5 of Section 4 of the FAI Sporting Code had been inadvertently omitted from the Sporting Code and are published as a separate document for 2006. It is intended that the Annexes will be incorporated into the F5 Sporting Code volume for 2007. The F5 Annexes can be downloaded at http://www.fai.org/aeromodelling/documents/sc4
Wednesday, 24 May 2006 04:56
The following change to the Sporting Code was unanimously approved by the 2006 Plenary Meeting. Effective date 1st August 2006. 188.8.131.52. b) Pilot and helper have to stay inside the pylon course from the first drop of the starter's flag until the last model of the heat has finished the race or has left the pylon course flight path. It is recommended that the rule change be applied as a local rule at any competition until the implementation date. Mrs Jo Halman CIAM Technical Secretary
Saturday, 20 May 2006 15:00
F2 Sporting Code Annex H The "Reverse Wingover" manoeuvre diagram published in the 2006 F2 Sporting Code Annex H, is wrong. The corrected diagram will appear in the 2007 edition of the F2 Sporting Code. In the meantime you may download a .pdf file of the correct manoeuvre diagram to insert into your 2006 edition of the Code. Mrs Jo Halman CIAM Technical Secretary
Tuesday, 09 May 2006 18:34
Click here to download the score lists from Baikonur Cup 2006 as received from the organizers. I am very happy for all the organizers have accepted the uniform form and format of their score lists and reports. This, last one from Baikonur, may be a real model for all those to organize SM WCup events this year.
Thursday, 04 May 2006 18:18
Click here to download the Final score lists of "Korolev Cup 2006" held in Meshcherino (Moscow - RUS) from 20 to 24 April 2006. My congratulations go to the winners, my thanks go first to the organizers for obviously very fine contests with a very good participation - 47 competitors from 4 countries is a very fine result and also to all participants.