Training Day for New Pilots - 2nd November at BMFA Buckminster
We're a friendly bunch and actively want to see and help new members. If you're thinking about giving IMAC a try for the first time, have a look at the "Resources" menu at the top of this page - there you'll find videos and guides that will help you take your first steps in IMAC and show you how to fly the schedules and read the Aresti notation we use to describe sequences.
As an organisation, our main aim is to promote the competition flying of model aerobatic aircraft in sequences of aerobatic manoeuvres as flown by their full size counterparts. The aircraft must be near to scale and can use electric or I.C. power. We fly four classes of increasing difficulty; Sportsman, Intermediate, Advanced & Unlimited. The judged scoring system is used to identify when a pilot is ready to move to a higher level of difficulty. All pilots must have a BMFA "B" certificate to fly at our competitions.