Not a lot of flying is taking place these days in Denmark since the weather is not convenient. We know that there are flying activities in the Mediteranian countries, France, Spain, Portugal, Malta and perhaps some Danish microlight students… Continue reading
In UK we had our annual indoor show on December 1st-2nd and BMAA also have their AGM.
BMAA now have CAA approval to handle design approval for amateur built aeroplanes in the VLA/ LSA category, in addition to those… Continue reading
The Microlight Helicopter Class is now effective in France since 10 months. It became the 6th class of microlights, after Class 1 Paramotor, Class 2 Weight Shift, Class 3 Three Axis, Class 4 Augyro and Class 5 Airship. At this… Continue reading
Due to autumn time European microlighting is calm almost everywhere. Neverthelest we bring you few news from November.
Belgium – preparing the General conference and the projects for next year. Although BULMF is following the evolution of LSA issues,… Continue reading
Reports from Annual General Meeting in Malta are available at “Meeting Reports” now! You can find documents (in both open and restricted sections) and pictures there.
Jan Fridrich revealed at the EMF meeting in Oostende on 9th of October how their new class of “heavy microlights” up to 600 kgs MTOM was accepted in his country as an Annex II c. They can fly this with… Continue reading
By Keith Negal (written in 2005)
Of those microlight pilots who come from Europe to fly in the United Kingdom, few make it as far as Wales. This is a pity as the north-west coast of Wales is beautiful country… Continue reading
A letter from Dominique Méreuze, the EMF President
When EMF was created, the creators were prompted by the resolution to allow the European pilots keen on microlighting, which is our common passion, to be able to carry on living their passion within a reasonable regulatory frame, likely to be shared by a vast majority. The EMF is one of the means to reach this goal, and we realize after several years that it is difficult to reach it in a Europe we did advocate for, but whose control levers are unfortunately too often in the hands of technocrats and politicians ignorant of our concerns.