Started by Bad Raven, January 08, 2019, 06:55:34 am
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Quote from: JimG on February 11, 2020, 18:30:41 pmBruce is of course not Australian but a New Zealander.
Quote from: lanicopter on February 12, 2020, 15:26:40 pmA lot of younger people are the ones with drones etc, who don't have time/inclination for joining a club. That does not make them dangerous or less worthy as hobbyists but woe betide anyone have that point of view on here.
Quote from: mart49 on February 12, 2020, 17:18:18 pmwatch this Youtube video, its not just what he is saying but that he is young.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5rsf...
Quote from: PDR on February 12, 2020, 17:57:08 pmHe's obviously been gagged by the fascists...PDR
Quote from: paulinfrance on February 12, 2020, 18:16:19 pmWhy not the leftists,, have you actually seen the video ?.
Quote from: FrankS on February 12, 2020, 22:50:11 pmIt's not been blocked, just the link is wrong, it's quite an eloquent video, much better than the rants from other you tubers.
Quote from: paulinfrance on February 13, 2020, 08:07:47 amI was surprised by your remarks pdr, an intelligent and knowledgeable man bringing politics into the debate there is no place for it.
Quote from: itsme on February 13, 2020, 14:15:48 pmAs a club secretary, although I have complied with the law, and advised other members to do so, as a Committee we are not going to police this, it is up to each individual to be registered and place their numbers. I could check on the BMFA portal for who has registered/paid, but there is no way I can check those who do that via the CAA or LMA. So, its up to the model flyer to be legal, or not. Much more important to me is that they have paid their BMFA and have an A.
Quote from: itsme on February 13, 2020, 14:20:38 pmHa- just got mine, too. It went, appropriately, into the junk folder. If I learn it, it will make a good password...
Quote from: lanicopter on February 17, 2020, 12:55:38 pmI wouldn't bother - you get a new operator ID every year
Quote from: PDR on February 17, 2020, 13:54:14 pmHas that actually been stated? I'm aware that they say the registration lasts a year, but I was under the impression that you will be able to "renew" a registration (keeping the same number) rather than taking out a new one. The latter would seem to be a rather silly idea, because they'd run out of numbers relatively quickly. Could you point me to something that authoritatively states that new numbers will be issued every year?PDR
Quote from: firefox on February 17, 2020, 14:32:45 pmJust had my operators ID through and I see I will need to have a flyers ID too - talk about doubling up of paperwork!
QuoteHow to label your drone or model aircraftYour operator ID must be:visible from the outside, or within a compartment that can easily be accessed without using a toolclear and in block capitals taller than 3mmsecure and safe from damageon the main body of the aircraftYou should use a removable label as your operator ID may change when you renew. You'll need to remove your label if you're no longer responsible for the drone or model aircraft.Always use your operator ID, not your flyer ID.
Quote from: JimG on February 17, 2020, 18:56:09 pmI doubt that they will run out of IDs any time soon. My Operator ID is 7 letters not numbers so the number of combinations is 26 to the power 7 a somewhat large number.
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