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all looks better than first proposals and the cost seems to be moving in the right direction lets see how it works in practice when they get the site up and running
 

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Yes indeed it does just hope it all runs smoothly with those rushing to do this on the first day
all looks better than first proposals and the cost seems to be moving in the right direction lets see how it works in practice when they get the site up and running
 

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No need to register for current members of ARPAS-UK, British Model Association (BMFA), Scottish Aeromodellers Association (SAA) Large Model Association (LMA) and FPV UK.

I just completed the Recreational Flying Only A Certificate, on FPV UK website after login its an easy multi choice questions, there is a B Certificate to pass later as well but that one is not available yet, hope this helps clarify to any member of the above.
 

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No need to register for current members of ARPAS-UK, British Model Association (BMFA), Scottish Aeromodellers Association (SAA) Large Model Association (LMA) and FPV UK.

I just completed the Recreational Flying Only A Certificate, on FPV UK website after login its an easy multi choice questions, there is a B Certificate to pass later as well but that one is not available yet, hope this helps clarify to any member of the above.
I might join FPV UK. It’s seems sensible for us us to team up.
 

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QUOTE="Lastrexking, post: 852393, member: 49437"]
I. Ig

I might join FPV UK. It’s seems sensible for us us to team up.
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just did much cheaper than the BMFA and by taking their A certificate test i will not have to do the CAA one when registration starts thanks for the heads up
 

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QUOTE="Lastrexking, post: 852393, member: 49437"]
I. Ig

I might join FPV UK. It’s seems sensible for us us to team up.
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just did much cheaper than the BMFA and by taking their A certificate test i will not have to do the CAA one when registration starts thanks for the heads u
If I read correctly, even if a member of one of the above organisations you will still need to pay the 9 quid to the CAA when they get organised, is that right? The registration waiver seems to be a temporary thing.
yes you will have to register as an owner you can choose to do it yourself or through the organisation you belong to if you choose that way to do it you are compliant even after the 30th of November till the new year by taking a test with your organisation it exempts you from the pilot test from the caa
 
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