A Reminder and the Guidelines for the FAI Sporting Code, Section 4, Volume Space Models General Revision
Sunday, 10 July 2011 19:31
An idea of the FAI Sporting Code, Section 4, Volume SPACE MODELS general revision was thoroughly discussed at the 16th World Spacemodelling Championships (WSMCh) in Baikonur in 2006 based on a project of Vladimir Minakov (Russia). There were two official changes of the rules since than, but a complete revision should be prepared for 2012.
Sunday, 27 March 2011 10:28
1. FAI SPORTING CODE – FAI Sporting Code, Part 4, Volumes ABR and SM, Edition January 1, 2011 shall be used to organize and conduct Space Models World Cup Events in 2011. They can be downloaded from: http://www.fai.org/aeromodelling/documents/sc4.
CIAM Flyer 01-2011 : Gliding Needs Altitude - Three ways of launching a model glider plane to gain altitude
Thursday, 10 February 2011 16:40
The first model aeroplanes were free flight models and as such were not equipped with RC systems. At close inspection, the methods for launching them were much the same as those used today.
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 22:44
The mechanical system of the microcopter is ingeniously simple: absolutely nothing rotates apart from the rotors! Therefore a light crash on grass usually means only the propellers have to be replaced.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010 00:08
Czech Aeromusicals pilot Martin Hauk made his exit from Czech and Slovakian talent show “Talentmania” in the final last Sunday.
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 17:44
There were scheduled 24 Space Models World Cup events on the FAI Contest Calendar 2010 - Space Models. In these events participated competitors from 25 countries from America, Asia and Europe: USA, Canada, Great Britain, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.Organizers were 16 countries in America, Asia and Europe.