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  • NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System August 31, 2021
    ASRS is a voluntary, confidential, nonpunitive, safety reporting system that receives safety reports from pilots, air traffic controllers, dispatchers, cabin crew, maintenance technicians, and now UAS operators.
    Holly Silvers
  • Agreement Between MAAC and AMA No Longer In Effect August 13, 2021
    The former mutual agreement between the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada (MAAC) and AMA is no longer in effect because of the recent changes in the country’s Canadian Aviation Regulation.
    Holly Silvers
  • AMA Comments on AC 91-57C August 10, 2021
    The FAA recently released a draft Advisory Circular (AC) 91-57C, which will soon replace the current version, AC 91-57B. The AC details the recognition of community-based organizations (CBOs), educational UAS operations, a waiver process for sanctioned events, a process for higher altitudes at fixed flying sites in Class G airspace, […]
    Holly Silvers
  • AMA and EAA Advocacy Forum July 30, 2021
    AMA Government Affairs Director Tyler Dobbs traveled to EAA’s AirVenture 2021 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin where he gave a presentation alongside EAA’s Government Advocacy Specialist, Lily Johnson. The presentation covered several topics, such as AMA and EAA’s participation in the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) and the Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team (UAST). […]
    Holly Silvers
  • AMA Meets with Congressional Offices for TFR Waivers July 29, 2021
    AMA has met with seven congressional offices throughout the past couple of weeks, with more meetings planned in the coming days. Discussed during each meeting was the waiver process request for AMA clubs with flying fields that fall within the parameters of the Presidential Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) for Wilmington […]
    Holly Silvers
  • FAA Releases Draft AC 91-57C July 15, 2021
    The FAA recently released Advisory Circular (AC) 91-57C, which will soon replace the current version, AC 91-57B. The updates to the new AC are centered around the recognition of community-based organizations (CBOs), a process that AMA worked with Congress to establish in 2018. This CBO recognition will allow AMA to […]
    Holly Silvers
  • TRUST Is Free to Take for Everyone June 30, 2021
    On June 22, 2021, the AMA was approved to administer The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) and began offering TRUST to the entire community of model aviation enthusiasts. TRUST is free to take for everyone, so be cautious of any site that has a fee associated with taking TRUST.  Additionally, […]
    Holly Silvers
  • Update to FAA Drone Zone Registration and Renewal Process May 11, 2021
    The FAA has updated the Drone Zone website to be compliant with Remote ID, a step that recreational users are not required to comply with until September of 2023.
    Holly Silvers
  • AMA Meets with the Office of Management and Budget May 7, 2021
    AMA recently met with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), an agency within the White House that assists the President in meeting policy, budget, management, and regulatory objectives, to discuss the importance of Advisory Circular (AC) 91-57C and its release.
    Holly Silvers
  • Academy of Model Aeronautics and UASidekick Partner to Provide Free LAANC Flight Planning Software to AMA Members May 4, 2021
    The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) and UASidekick announced a new partnership today to disseminate free recreational Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) flight planning to nearly 175,000 UAS hobbyists who are members of AMA.
    Academy of Model Aeronautics
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