UK Associations

British Model Flying Association


The BMFA is the body delegated by the Royal Aero Club to be responsible for all aspects of model flying in Great Britain. The BMFA normally has around 780 clubs affiliated to it, with acombined membership from clubs and individual members of over 36,000. Membership brings many benefits, including 3rd party liability insurance of up to £5 million.

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Aerobatic Helicopter Association (AHA)

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The Aerobatic Helicopter Association (AHA) is the specialist body within the British Model Flying Association (BMFA) representing all Radio Control Helicopter disciplines.

The AHA is responsible for organising the FAI (Sportsman & F3C) competitions in England. As the specialist body within the BMFA we are responsible for providing technical support on all matters of helicopter operation and safety.

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Great Britain RC Aerobatic Association


The GBR/CAA is the specialist body appointed by the British Model Flying Association to promote precision aerobatics (F3A) in the UK.

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UK Radio Control Council

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The Committee was formed in 1982 to act as the representative of Radio Controlled Model Users in the United Kingdom. Its members include recognised leisure and sports organisations whose members use radio control equipment, manufacturers, importers and publishers of modelling magazines.

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Large Model Association

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The Large Model Association (LMA) is based in the UK. Its members are interested in the designing, building and flying of large model aircraft.

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Jet Modellers Association

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The Jet Modeller's Association was established in 1995 and is the specialist body appointed by the British Model Flying Association to promote the sport of model jet flying in Great Britain.

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