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FAI award nominations

FAI award nominations

Each year the FAI, the world governing body for air sports, distributes awards to its members. These are highly regarded and prestigious awards and winners are invited to the FAI Awards Ceremony to receive them.

Read the FAI's recent letter on the subject here.

You can find more information and a list of awards at http://www.fai.org/awards

These awards are often given to BMAA members. For instance, in 2015 Richard Bird and Richard Foster were awarded the Colibri Diploma for their flight to Cape Town and back.

Go on, have a look and then think about those around you who deserve recognition for the contribution they make. You can guarantee they'd be delighted if they were nominated, let alone if they won one of these very worthy prizes. 


Rob Hughes
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