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The Aero Modelers Association was formed and registered in 2009,with the following objectives:
• To create a sense of brother hood, co-operation, mutual harmony, love and affection amongst the members of the association and amongst the General public.
• To facilitate the existing member hobbyist to pursue their activities.
• To ensure safety of flyers and third parties.
• To introduce a code of discipline amongst the faculty members conducive to better quality of flying.
• To promote the growth of the sport and hobby of model flying and other associated activities.
• To organize events and such other programs which might earn cognizance, acceptability and respect at the national and international level of the body to corporate.
• To encourage suitable candidates to participate on national level and international competitive environments
• To promote universal fellowship in faculty of aeromodeling.
• To accept donations, grants, presents, gifts and other offerings (in the shape of moveable or immovable properties) and the same shall be utilized for the promotion of Aims & Objectives of the above association
• To make representation to various authorities of Government, Semi-Government on behalf of the members of the association.
• To hold and to participate in conference, meetings, etc, for exchange of ideas and discussions of subject of the interest of the members of the association.
• To assist newcomers to the hobby in selection of model/equipment and provide flying training free of charge.
• Association will invest its surplus, money and funds according to Sections - 11 (5) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
We instituted the following rules and regulations to be followed by AMA at the very formation :
Safety Rules
• Deliberate flying behind the safety line is prohibited.
• Each transmitter must display frequency identification.
• Taxiing is not allowed in the pit area.
• It is strongly recommended that members do not fly alone.
• Children should not be permitted beyond the spectator area unless under the direct supervision of an adult or under flight instruction.
• The established club frequency control plan will be in force at all times.
• Helicopter flights are allowed in designated areas only.
• Sailplane high start lines are to run parallel to active runway.
• Direction of flight is determined by the wind direction, etc.
• Flight operations will stop during electrical storms.
• Models will fly only in predesignated areas, and will yield right-of-way to full-size aircraft.
• Only pilots and assistants are allowed on the safety line.
• Mufflers are required on all models. (db limit recommended).
• Testing of engines is to be performed in specific designated areas.
• Shelter may not be used as a pit area.
• The AMA Safety Code will be displayed when the field is open for flying.
• Fliers operating models must display AMA membership cards for easy identification.
• Pilots shall make appropriate announcement when taking off, landing, or emergency situations.
• Compliance to these safety rules is the responsibility of each participant.
• First aid kits are to be carried by designated members.
AMA has made considerable contribution in formulations of rules and guidelines by Aero Club for Aeromodeling.

We obtained the Associate Membership of Aero Club of India on the 28th.April 2010.
We provide Identity Cards to the members after due completion of our application form which requires complete details of the applicant ,proof of address and the blood group.
We provide third party insurance coverage for designated flying fields.
Our ID card is recognised at international and national competitions and events for participation by members.
We conducted the first event at Delhi NCR February 2011 and the second event at Karnal,Haryana in November 2011.(Souvenirs attached).
We have participated in events at Narnaul(Rajiv Gandhi National Center for Aerosports) on the request of Aero Club.
We have members all over India from all walks of life including students.and are affiliated to Wings India ,the aeromodeling club from Mumbai which is also an associate member of Aero Club of India.
We have senior members from the aviation industry and from the Air-Force,Our Chief Patron is Air Chief Marshall(Retd.)A.Y.Tipnis.
We have an affiliate in the Thrissur(Kerala),which is spreading Aeromodeling in schools through planned classes and practical projects to build and fly,they have franchisees all over India(currently 40),including in Delhi and Noida.Their course of instructions have been scrutinised and approved by us (website:aero-sports.in).They have enrolled more than 15000 students
We have also started project classes in engineering colleges through our affiliate-ICAME(Indian Conclave for Aeronautical and mechanical Engineers), in Delhi,website:icame.org.in.They will be conducting national events on the lines of SAE in field of aeronautics under the guidance of AMA.
This year we plan to hold the event at Pinjore,Haryana on the 5th. And 6th. Of October 2012,with the support of Aero Club of India.
Having made considerable progress in the field of Aeromodeling in achieving the objectives set by us in a short period of 3 years ,we request and look forward to a strong backing and support from the Aero Club Of India in coordination with DGCA for permissions at DGCA controlled flying clubs ,the Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) regards clearly defining the use 2.4 Ghz. Frequency allocation for aeromodelling use,as well as with Customs authorities to set aside a separate classification for aeromodeling goods for quick clearance at import at a defined duty structure.
Aero Club on its part should allocate more funds to the hobby and organise quick distribution of aeromodeling assets already purchased to make the impact on the members of AMA of its genuine contribution to the hobby in India.Our members should be nominated for participation at international competitions and financially supported to participate in them with the Indian flag ,which is today missing from these events.
With the support of Aero Club we hope to make our presence felt at the international events conducted by FAI.
On an individual capacity Wings India members have contributed to bringing this hobby on the international scene by inviting international flyers at the events at Amby Valley and they also participate at events in Europe.
However a national thrust with the support of Min.of Civil Aviaition and Aero Club is currently not as expected,which must be actively persued to support the educative and thrilling hobby in the category of Aero Sports in India.
As in all other countries,the regulatory authorities should accept the contribution of aeromodeling at school and college level and in creating competent Radio Control pilots who can be useful for UAV operations in the future.Army and Airforce is already supporting this through N.C.C. and have introduced training courses using model aircraft to train UAV pilots.
The activity should be duly recognised and the impression that it is a security risk has to be washed out of the minds of MHA,MCA and the public.They should not brush it aside as a rich man’s toy ,they are present all over the country and due recognition by all concerned is overdue.
With a valid ticket and due security at the airport the public is allowed to fly in the aircraft ,why not allow the hobby by the members with due proof of address and competence to fly?AMA ensures this through its members.

This report is submitted to Aero club which forwards it to Min.of Civil aviation and forms a part of its report to parliament.

AMA is striving to support aeromodeling hobby and the community of flyers.
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