Osprey RC is one of South Florida’s Premier AMA Chartered Radio Control Clubs.
Since we are a Chartered AMA Club; we must follow and enforce all rules and regulations stablished by the Academy of Model Aeronautics. Please, visit AMA.org for more information.
Since we are a Chartered AMA Club, and we are flying in RESTRICTED MILITARY AIR SPACE we must follow and enforce all FAA regulations. All members must be registered with FAA.
Since we are a Chartered AMA Club, and we are flying in RESTRICTED MILITARY AIR SPACE, we must follow and enforce all FAA regulations. All UAS/Drones must be registered with FAA. Please, click the link below if your UAS/Drone is not registered. You will be subject to civil and criminal penalties if you meet the criteria to register an unmanned aircraft and do not register.
Osprey regulations and CODE of CONDUCT will be provided by one of the Board of Directors after new Membership takes place and can also be downloaded from the link below. Night Flying needs special permit from Air Force Base tower requiring to inform specific day and time of the event before it takes place, this is MANDATORY.
The Official AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code is a basic document for ALL AMA chartered clubs. Every member should be familiar with the Safety Code, and new members should receive instruction about this code.
All model flights must be conducted in accordance with this safety code and related AMA guidelines, any additional rules specific to the flying site, as well as all applicable laws and regulations.
On January 25, 2011, AMA’s Executive Council (EC) approved an update to the Large Model Airplane program. This program includes some significant changes. To review the document please follow the link below.
This link provides the correspondent information about the Reauthorization Act passed by congress in 2018 formalizing UAS/Drones registration and regulations across USA.
Here you will be able to download the FAA Mobile App that will allow you to know in a flash, all local regulations based on GPS location, giving you "peace of mind" at the moment of start flying.