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We ask for your continued loyalty and patience as we work closely with our legal counsel to find the best path forward.

Q: I am already registered through the AMA, why do I have to register twice? The Special Rule for Model Aircraft, which is part of the 2012 FAA Modernization and Reform Act, allows AMA members to operate model aircraft over 55 lbs as long as they are operating in accordance with AMA’s Large Model Aircraft safety program.

A: We understand the concern of our members and, while the FAA is open to streamlining the registration for our members, unfortunately the technical issues involved will not be resolved before February 19. However, this certificate will function as a “recognition of ownership” document. AMA members can also fly turbine jets provided the operator holds a current AMA Turbine Waiver.

Therefore, it will be necessary for current AMA members to register separately with the FAA. This document is required by the Department of Transportation for foreign nationals to operate legally in the US. If you exclusively fly FF or CL and never plan on using a model that involves a transmitter, then you do not need to register. Q: Does my large model aircraft require an N number?

Unlike the online application, the paper application requires pilots to register every single aircraft separately.

If a member does not have a computer, we encourage them to have a club member help create and email and register or visit a local library.

This is an important safety principle that all UAS operators need to be aware of, and is the same guideline established in AC 91-57 published in 1981. At the end of the January meeting there was an understanding that FAA would provide written acknowledgement of the items discussed for AMA to share with its members. As long as AMA members continue to follow AMA’s safety guidelines for these activities, they can continue to fly.

However, the placement of this guideline on the FAA website is intended as an educational piece and more specifically intended for those operating outside of AMA’s safey program. Although we have not yet received the document(s) from the FAA, we were told to advise AMA members in good faith that an N number registration is not required for their LMA models. The guidelines listed on the FAA UAS website do not negate the modeling activities and related safety procedures established in AMA’s community-based safety program.

We believe an AMA membership already meets the intent of registration, but at this time place both numbers on your aircraft. A: AMA club or member benefits are not contingent on UAS registration.

We also discussed and the FAA confirmed that the language on the FAA registration site is a guideline, not regulation.

This guideline is not directed at the AMA community but rather, it is a simplified set of safety guidelines geared to the general public. We continue to be disappointed with the registration rule and believe it is contrary to Congress’s intent within the Special Rule for Model Aircraft, which is part of the 2012 FAA Modernization and Reform Act.

Please note, the PDF may not reflect all the changes and updates on this webpage. We are advocating to allow members to use their AMA numbers.

A: Yes, you need to list both your AMA number and Federal registration number on your aircraft.

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