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For the fourth year the BMAA is hosting a single seat microlight rally at Enstone Airfield.

This year our aim is to build on the social success of the event and have a FUN weekend of flying, chatting, tinkering and relaxing proving that you donít have to have two seats or be too organised to enjoy yourself!

The event has been supported by manufacturers who will be there to show their aircraft in action.

There will be a prize for the best turned out privately owned SSDR aircraft that flies at the event as well as other awards for innovative engineering and attendance.

During the event members of the BMAA technical staff will be on hand to answer your SSDR questions and we plan to have industry information available too.

The event is open to all BMAA and LAA members, not just single seaters. To help us make the right arrangements please do register your intention to come along by filling in the form here. Thank you.

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