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Before purchasing any UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) or Drone (as they are commonly known) through our website.
Take a little time to watch the short video clip below and read the simple steps to make sure you fly safely and legally.
The Video and information below have been provided by the CAA ( Civil Aviation Authority ) for your safety and the persons and property around you. Please read and follow them.
When you fly a drone in the UK it is your responsibility to be aware of the rules that are in place to keep everyone safe.
Follow these simple steps to make sure you are flying safely and legally.
The Dronecode:
• Make sure you can see your drone at all times and don't fly higher than 400 feet
• Always keep your drone away from aircraft, helicopters, airports and airfields
• Use your common sense and fly safely; you could be prosecuted if you don't.

Drones fitted with cameras must not be flown:
• Within 50 metres of people, vehicles, buildings or structures
• Over congested areas or large gatherings such as concerts and sports events

See the quick-start safety guide on flying drones for fun and the video above that explains the basic rules.

You are responsible for each flight
You are legally responsible for the safe conduct of each flight.
Take time to understand the rules - failure to comply could lead to a criminal prosecution.

BEFORE each flight, check drone for damage
Before each flight check that your unmanned aircraft is not damaged, and that all components are working in accordance with
the Supplier’s User Manual
.
Drone is in sight at all times
You must keep the unmanned aircraft within your sight at all times.

YOU are responsible for avoiding collisions
You are responsible for avoiding collisions with other people or objects - including aircraft.
Do not fly your unmanned aircraft in any way that could endanger people or property.

Keep your distance
It is illegal to fly your unmanned aircraft over a congested area (streets, towns and cities).
Also, stay well clear of airports and airfields.

Keep your distance 50 metres
Don’t fly your unmanned aircraft within 50m of a person, vehicle, building or structure, or overhead groups of people at any height.

Consider rights of privacy
Think about what you do with any images you obtain as you may breach privacy laws.
Details are available from the Information Commissioner's Office.

Permission to use drones for paid work
If you intend to use an unmanned aircraft for any kind of commercial activity, you must get a ‘Permission’ from the Civil Aviation Authority, or you could face prosecution.

For more details, visit www.caa.co.uk/uas
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The BMFA is the National Governing Body for the sport of model flying. Its aims are to promote, protect, organise and encourage model flying within the UK. Typically there are around 780 affiliated clubs and a combined membership of over 36,000 members, all of whom have entered a partnership to ensure that model fliers have a voice and their rights are recognised by the authorities.
The mandate for the BMFA to do this comes from the Royal Aero Club, dating back to 1922, the Civil Aviation Authority and Sport UK.
The BMFA also represents the UK in the international forum through its recognition by the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) and its model flying sub committee, Commission Internationale d'Aeromodelisme (CIAM).
We at Multiprop encourage you to join the BMFA ( British Model Flying Association ).
Help to keep our sport safe.
Membership includes: Civil liability insurance and personal accident insurance
We live in a society where litigation is a very popular pastime ,
can you afford not to be insured?
DRONE AWARE
BE SAFE - BE LAWFUL - BE DRONE AWARE
April 2016 will be Drone Awareness month, starting with a high profile media launch followed by a host of Drone Aware events taking place at participating BMFA affiliated clubs where new and existing drone flyers can attend and learn about safe and lawful drone operation.
Please Visit the Drone Aware website at  http://droneaware.org/ or click the banner above and become DRONE AWARE
Multiprop are not affiliated with the BMFA .We do however recognize what a fantastic job they do to keep our sport safe
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