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Old 06-04-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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Guten Tag,

Does anyone know what the equivalent organization of the Academy of Model Aeronautics is in Germany? Are RC heli pilots required to be a member of any organization in order to fly at sanctioned events in Germany?

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Old 06-05-2012, 01:52 AM   #2
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Hi Mark,
although I am from Austria I do know the regulations in Germany:

As a pilot of RC-Helis you don´t have to be in an organisation like the AMA.
You need an (RC-Heli-Modell-) insurance and your RC-Heli is not allowed to be over 5KG of weight.

You are free to become a member (or guest) of a "Modell-Flying-Club" and fly on their ground
or you can do "wild flying": everywhere where you have enough, free and safe airspace where you don´t disturb anyone else or where is no potential (high) risk of hurting someone else.

But reqirement is always a proper insurance, here are the two biggest:
DMO http://www.deutsche-modellsport-orga...cherungen.html
DMFV http://dmfv.aero/mitgliedschaft/downloads/ (Versicherungen im DMFV)
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:14 AM   #3
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Jörg,

Thanks for the reply. I'll look into that.

You're English is excellent.

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Old 06-06-2012, 01:12 AM   #4
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Mark,

thanks, may I ask at which events you (or a pilot of yours) is supposed to take place, cause here in Austria are some very intersting meetings too.

PM welcome.

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What about a good insurance for Germany? I heared the DMO is good, just also found this one https://versichertedrohne.de/ But really not sure about it. I think DMO is cheaper. What do you think ?
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Servus Sascha,

beide großen Modellflugverbände (DMO + DMV) bieten auch Einzelversicherungen an. Du musst also nicht in einem Verein sein.

IMHO gibt es ein paar Unterschiede bei den Koptern: einmal mitversichert u. einmal nicht.

aber in jedem Fall gilt: eine Modellhaftpflichtversicherung ist Pflicht.

Wegen der Pflichthaftigkeit ist eine Mitversicherung im Rahmen einer ´normalen` Personenhaftpflicht auch nicht möglich !

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