Thursday, 30 August 2007 18:16
The local press in Germany followed an invitation of CIG president Mr. David Hamilton and the German Helicopter Club to visit the event of the Open German Helicopter Championships in Eisenach, Germany. The German Helicopter Club, represented by Mr. Pit Schöffler, held a presentation about the upcoming event and gave an overview about the competition. After that, the reporters had the opportunity to ask questions about the event. Mainly they were interested in the special tasks like Fender Rigging, Slalom, Postman, Hover and Navigation flights.
Friday, 24 August 2007 00:26
The Open German Helicopter Championship 2007, will be held on August 30th to 2nd of September at Eisenach-Kindel Airport (EDGE) in Germany. The championship is organized by the German Helicopter Club. Please find more information obout the Open German Helicopter Championships 2007 at www.deutscher-hubschrauberlcub.de
Wednesday, 10 January 2007 21:22
Jennifer Murray (UK) and Colin Bodill have achieved the South Pole in the first stage of their ‘Round the World Pole to Pole’ flight and as at 7th January 2007 are shortly to cross back into South America. You can follow their progress at http://www.polarfirst.com/
Tuesday, 12 December 2006 00:16
FAI-CIG President David Hamilton, the Bureau and Delegates extend their best wishes and greetings to Jennifer Murray and Colin Bodill who left on 5th December for an attempt to fly Around the World Pole to Pole.
Wednesday, 18 October 2006 00:03
During the Third Quarter of 2005, FAI Centenary Year, the last World Championship was held in Rouen, France. Consequent from that event together with input from a number of participating teams the Commission instructed its Rules Committee to continue its work. A number of trials have been held at National Championships and training camps. The result is that the use of Data loggers becomes mandatory with effect from the next Plenary Meeting. Thanks are given to individual technical experts from other Commissions for providing input and guidance. The Commission took on board, on an ongoing basis, a detailed assessment as to how to improve upon media events. This brought forward new ideas to make helicopter flying attractive both to the media and to the public. The results of this will be demonstrated during the General Conference.
Wednesday, 05 April 2006 23:44
CIG President David Hamilton supported by the entire Commission congratulates the FAI Secretary General, Max Bishop, on being elected Senior Vice President of the International World Games Association. CIG looks forward to hearing more of the contribution that Max will undoubtedly make to IWGA.
Friday, 03 March 2006 22:14
The FAI Rotorcraft Commission is pleased to announce the unanimous approval of the bid by Germany to host the World Championship in 2008.
Friday, 03 March 2006 21:59
Mr. David Hamilton, President of the FAI Rotorcraft Commission (CIG) congratulates Didier Delsalle of France on the ratification of his 'Highest Take-off' world record achieved on Mount Everest. The commission at the March Plenary Meeting added their congratulations.
Friday, 03 March 2006 21:48
The Rotor Rally 2006 flight demonstrations will be incorporated in this year's Rotorfest which is the USA's premiere all-helicopter air show. It will be held on October 14th and 15th at the Brandywine Municipal Airport in West Chester, PA. For more information on Rotorfest 2006, please visit www.helicoptermuseum.org. For more information on Rotor Rally 2006, please go to www.iROTOR.org . A brochure can also be downloaded as a PDF file.
Thursday, 08 September 2005 17:42
The last year has been one of mixed fortunes for the Commission. In some respects we have not been able to achieve the targets which we set ourselves. 2005 is the year in which our World Championship series falls. Previously we accepted a bid from the United Kingdom subject to the verification of several important matters, particularly the final entry fee, insurance and the signing of the Organisers Agreement. This resulted nine months before the scheduled date in a revised offer to Host the event, behind closed doors, with no insurance cover. This was unacceptable to the Commission. The French Helicopter Federation stepped in and offered to Host the 2005 Championship at very short notice for which they should be complimented upon particularly as they had a little under six months to complete their arrangements.