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Old 03-04-2018, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Sarge50 View Post
Is it legal to fly R/C in Canada? Can you bring radio and planes, helis and drones across borders without getting in legal trouble?
Of course it is LOL. If you belong to the AMA your insurance coverage is accepted in Canada as ours is in the US. Its called the reciprocal agreement between the AMA and MAAC. If you want to fly at a Canadian club you will need to show your AMA membership card.

I bring a 12 ft enclosed trailer with lots of planes, boats etc every time I travel in the US. I've flown at clubs on my way to Florida, Georgia, Texas and states in between. Always been made welcome and couldn't meet a greater bunch of guys and galls.

Lots of FPV racing one club I belong to has an indoor course for winter flying and an outdoor course at the field.

FPV beyond line of sight is now possible in Canada with proper permission. licence and insurance.


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