Drone Racing

Fly FPV SA is a Special Interest Group under the South African Model Aircraft Association (SAMAA) and is tasked with promoting safe First Person View (FPV)flying and competitions in South Africa.

Flying a Multi-rotor aircraft designed for filming such as the Dji Phantom is not the same as flying FPV even though they share some similarities they have a completely different set of rules and procedures, you do not need a licence to fly FPV however it is recommended you obtain a SAMAA multi-rotor Line OSight (LOS) and FPV proficiency ratings that indicates you have the skills and knowledge to pilot a multi-rotor aircraft.

South African Drone Nationals 2016 FPV Drone Racing

Zone Information

Zone Theme
Drone Racing

Thrill Level
Outdoors, Sport

Age Interests
All Ages

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