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Welcome to the NZMAA document download area.

Updated on 4 April 2001

NZMAA Manuals, rules and programs

  • Members manual in text (62K) Click to Download

  • Members manual in ADOBE. PDF Format (190k), Click to Download

  • NZMAA Club Manual Click to Download

  • Wing's Badge program, (6k) Click to Download

  • Bylaws, (22k) Click to Download

  • Rules, (19k) Click to Download

  • The NZMAA Constitution, (31k) Click to Download

  • Gliders Proficiency Form (2k) Click to Download

  • Helicopters Proficiency Form (2k) Click to Download

  • Power Proficiency Form (2k) Click to Download

  • Conditions of membership (2k) Click to Download

  • Order form. (1k) Click to Download

  • Records (36k) Click to Download

  • Noise Information (17k) Click to Download

    Regulatory Information

  • Civil Aviation rules Pt 101 (4k) Click to Download

  • NZ Radio Control Frequencies. Click to Download

    Special Interest Group Information

  • League of Silent Flight, (5k) Click to Download

  • Vintage Plan Loans service. Full listing, click to Download

  • Rules Governing TCs and SIGs. Click to Download

    Flying Rules The 1998 edition of NZMAA Flying Rules have been amended to be current as at 1 December 2000. A full set of amendments to update the hard copy of the Rule Books can be downloaded from here as a PDF file or they may be read as a text file.

    Rules are distributed as PDF files. PDF files can be read and printed using 'Acrobat Reader', a programme available for free at http://www.adobe.com/. We highly recommend that you use Acrobat Reader version 4 or above, as backward compatibility problems have been reported by users of earlier versions. In particular, some drawings will not format and display correctly with early versions of Acrobat Reader.

    FAI rules are available, also in PDF format, from the FAI download site http://www.fai.org/aeromodelling/documents/sc4.asp

    ... they have been have been compressed as ZIP files. This allows reduction in their size and therefore your download time. To uncompress ZIP files, you need one of the many "unzip" programmes: such as 'Stuffit Expander', which is available for free at http://www.aladdinsys.com/expander/:

    Section 1, NZMAA General rules (70k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 1A, FAI General competition rules (683K), download from FAI

    Section 2, NZ F/F rules (68k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 2A, FAI F/F rules (192k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 3, NZ C/L rules (281k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 3A, FAI C/L rules (2035k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 4, Vintage rules (70k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 5, NZ RC Soaring & Electric rules (192k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 5A, FAI Soaring rules (522k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 5B, FAI Electric rules (542K) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 6, NZ FF and CL Scale rules (86k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 7, NZ RC Scale-Static (18k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 7A, NZ RC Scale-Flying (23k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 7B, NZ RC Scale, Judge's Guide (75k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 8, NZ RC Pylon (7k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 8A, FAI Pylon-F3D (121k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 9, NZ RC Helicopter (16k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 9A, FAI Helicopter-F3C, (269k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 10, NZ RC Aero, (100k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

    Section 10A, FAI Aero-F3A, (412k ) in Adobe PDF, download from FAI

    Section 11, NZ RC Scale Aerobatics (150k ) in Adobe PDF, Click to download

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