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FAI World Air Games

FAI World Air Games

A team of British microlighters, microlight autogyros and paramotor pilots are in Dubai for the largest air sports event in the world - the FAI World Air Games. Starting today and continuing until 13th December, pilots from different air sports are competing for the title of FAI World Air Games Champion.

You can follow the action in many ways:

World Air Games website:

FAI Facebook page:

Royal Aero Club Facebook page:

Many of our British microlight pilots are also posting to Facebook:

GB Microlights:

The BMAA microlight members competing are:

David Broom
Paul Dewhurst
Mark Fowler
Rob Keene
Rees Keene
Chris Saysell

Microlight event director Rob Grimwood has brought along a whole team of Brits to run the event, including marshals, scorers and judges. The overall Jury President is another BMAA member - Rob Hughes.

There will be regular updates on all of these websites - check back for the next 12 days to get an idea of what is going on - and to see microlighting on the world stage.

Rob Hughes

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