Overview of activity since the last plenary meeting Activity slow due to Covid-19 precautions & restrictions.
2) Sport in your country
National Championships successfully carried out 25-27 June 2021 Due to the use of Espen Grønstads Air Sports Live Tracking system we were able to attract significantly more participants and have an unprecedented live presentation of the championships on national television.
CIMA Championships: Norw. Team for FAI WMC Hosin, selected, but WMC cancelled.
FAI CIMA records none
Special achievements or awards none
Colibri activity none
FAI records none
3) Regulatory and legal issues
Changes to law or regulations
What are the legal MTOM weight limits in your country for:
Microlights: 450/472,5 kg
Autogyros: 560 kg
as per present EASA Basic Regulation
Norway OPT-OUT for 600kg MTOM /45 kts stallspeed is in process for implementation, probably happening 1. Quarter 2022
Number of members in your association: Norwegian Airsport Federation, Sport Aircraft Section
Members as of 31.12.2020; 1160
- Number of current microlight pilot licences in your country (total):
564 valid as of 31.12.2020,
- Number of registered / flying classic microlight/sport aircraft: 311 as of 31.12..2020,
- Annual total microlight/sport aircraft Flight Hours (2020): 10427 hours - Annual total microlight/sport aircraft Flights (2020): 28453 flights
- Number of Paramotors approx. 200
- Number of incident reports last year 38
- Number of fatalities (2020): 2 (this year 2021 none, so far)
5) Any other comments
By 01.01.2020 the Microlight Section of Norwegian Airsport Federation changed its name to the Sport Aircraft Section.
Terminology for microlight aircraft is subsequently changed to Sport Aircraft.
Delegate for Norway
CIMA - The international Microlight and Paramotor Commission of the FAI