Fédération Française d'Aéromodélisme
Fédération Française d'Aéromodélisme

Fédération Française d'Aéromodélisme

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In France in the nineteenth century, it was customary for France to make a breakthrough in the nineteenth century, for at that time it was customary for aircraft experiments to be carried out with limited modi fications. The dawn of the twentieth century, the activity begins to organize and the first encounters of the enthusiasts of this leisure, which will also become a sport, are born.

In 1936, it was the aviation of the Popular Aviation and a contest of a romodism organized Vincennes records the participation of more than 500 competitors!

The movement in favor of the romodism is gaining momentum, the French state takes it into account and creates the French Committee of Models, which, by the way, has 5,300 schools with 220,000 boxes of construction. In 1938, the first "National Congress of Aromodlists" was organized and in 1946, the French League of Education created the "Circle of Popular Aviation" (CLAP). At the same time, the French National Aeronautical Federation (FNA), together with the A ro Club of France, creates a Commission Mod list. Secondly, the evolution of the various activities made it so that in the middle of the 1960s, each of the "air sports" founded its own federation: engine theft (FNA became FFA ronautique), sailing flying (FFVL), (FFAM), montgolfi res (FFA rostation), and so on.
Thus, on January 16, 1966, the French F d ration of AroModism, a non-profit association, was established. In constant growth, the FFAM has crossed the 28,000 mark in 2012.