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F e rer and animate all enthusiasts in France, in order to defend the freedom to design, construct, restore, maintain airworthiness and to fly aircraft of all types in compliance with safety rules .
The RSA was born in 1947 of the need to regroup to face a regulation that had become less conciliatory. Since then, the RSA has been supporting and defending aviators, builders and collectors, both in terms of their rights to construction, design and restoration, and to be able to fly on the machines they have built.
RSA members include RSA Regional Committees, RSA Clubs offering workshops and hangars where some of the 3,000 aircraft registered in Fox-Papa and Fox-AZ and individuals, all of whom are passionate about .
Recognized by public authorities, the RSA federation is enthusiastic and enthusiastic. They are the major players in the evolution of the rules and the defense of the interests of all manufacturers and collectors, passionate of light aviation.
By joining you, you can join committed volunteers, benefit from unique services and ensure the future of this activity of freedom and responsibility.
The RSA F r ration produces and reports the quarterly magazine Les Cahiers du RSA covering all areas of construction, restoration and maintenance of aircraft.
Come to see us: every year, local, regional and national gatherings are the opportunity to change, to unite, to share. The most important event is the Euro Fly-In RSA Blois Le Breuil in July. It hosts about 900 aircraft and 3,000 enthusiasts. Access is free.