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Model Flying New Zealand promotes and manages model aircraft flying in New Zealand. We run national competitions, help modellers to complete overseas, support fun fly-ins and rallies, develop safety guidelines, produce a magazine (five times a year) called Model Flying World, supply insurance for members, encourage clubs and liaise with Government bodies, the Civil Aviation Authority, Radio Frequency Services and other organisation. In short, we do our best to see that you can fly your model in as safe environment as possible and enjoy this fun sport.

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Wing Badge Proficiency Scheme
 
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Link to MFNZ discussion forum. Anyone is free to sign up and join in the conversation.
 







70th Nationals are edging closer....
Mark this date down in your calendar, its shaping up to be a goodie.
More info will be posted in due course.


Official results of the previous 69th Nats can be found here http://modelflyingnz.org/nats/?q=node/52

Pictures can be found on our Nats facebook page https://www.facebook.com/modelflyingnznats/



Be DroneSmart

Big or small, if it is man made and it flies, itís an aircraft and there are rules about flying it.

You need to be aware of the place you are flying and whether the airspace is controlled by the manned aviation authorities.

You need permission to fly over people or property.

You need to keep your aircraft in sight at all times.

Donít cause a nuisance or endanger property, 50 metres away is a good guide.

Fly safe, know the rules.

Maps
https://www.airshare.co.nz/maps


CAA Rules

New rules are now in place for RPAS, UAV, UAS, Drones and Model Aircraft
. These laws came into effect on Saturday 01 August 2015.

Please visit https://www.caa.govt.nz/rpas/index.html to get up to date on the latest changes and how they effect your current activities.

Frequencies
Remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) must use the right radio frequencies, so they donít cause harmful interference to vital radio systems such as air traffic control, cellular phones, or emergency services.
People who use the wrong frequencies for their RPAS can be prosecuted under the Radiocommunications Act 1989 and the Radiocommunications Regulations 2001.

Check out http://www.rsm.govt.nz/consumers/remotely-piloted-aircraft-systems-drones/ for all the frequencies allowed for remotely piloted aircraft systems
.

Maps
https://www.airshare.co.nz/maps
 



Up and coming Club Events (click on pic for event details)
26th
Nov
Highbrook Aero Modellers Scale Rally 2017
Highbrook Model Airpark, Auckland




NDC Scoring Points Upload

NDC 2017 Calendar

MFNZ Adjourned 2017 AGM full legal opinion

Notice of Reconvened MFNZ 2017 AGM