CIMA is the International Microlight and Paramotor Commission of FAI (CommissionInternationaledeMicro-Aviation). CIMA stands for FAI's microlight and paramotor activities, in particular World Records and International Competitions are conducted under the direction of CIMA.
CIMA has a large number of delegates from around the World who meet annually at a Plenary meeting, usually in November.
Most CIMA decisions are made at Plenary meetings, and at the end of it a [Bureau] consisting of a President, two vice Presidents and a secretary/treasurer is elected to represent CIMA outside of the Plenary.
The main purpose of this wiki is to facilitate the collaborative work of the Bureau and the different sub-committees, and to make their activity and results visible to the air sports community. For any other official information please refer to the CIMA page at the FAI portal .
Sub committees are permanent groups,
the chairman and members are appointed
or re-appointed annually by the CIMA Plenary.
[Section 10 Sub-Committee]
Flight Recorder Approval Committee
CIMA working groups
Working groups are similar to sub-committees
except they are established on a temporary
basis to address a particular issue and then
disband when their work is complete.
Paramotor Precision working group
Internal Regulations working group
[Ranking System working group]
[Internet Presence working group]
[European Microlight Championship 2010, Sywell, United Kingdom]
World Air Games 2011, Odense, Denmark (to be confirmed)