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BMAA Records

BMAA Records Officer, Richard Meredith-Hardy, maintains a list of UK microlight records along with a comprehensive guide on his website. Visit www.flymicro.com/records for more information.

National and international aviation records are ratified by the FAI - Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, or the World Air Sports Federation. Visit their website at www.fai.org.

Official Observers

British and World record attempts, as well as Colibri proficiency awards, must be witnessed by an Official Observer (OO). These are people who have familiarised themselves with the relevant rules and who can be relied upon to provide an independent and accurate assessment of the performance in question. A guide is available here.

To find an OO in your area, check out the list at http://flymicro.com/records

To apply to become an OO, fill out the application form available here and send it to the BMAA office.
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