|This medal was established by the FAI Council for the 100th anniversary of Lilienthal's first flights. It may be awarded, at any time, to individuals or groups for outstanding services in connection with air sport activities like work in FAI commissions,organising World and Continental Championships, training and educating new pilots, or for promoting aviation in general, especially with regard to young people.
|This Medal was established in 1989. It may be awarded annually on recommendation
by the FAI Aeromodelling Commission to any aeromodelller who in the same year
won the World and National Aeromodelling Championships in the same class of
models. It is donated annually by the NAC of Russia. Not more than one medal may
be awarded each year.
|He won the championship at the F3A Japanese championship for the first
time in 2003. He won the championship consecutively until 2009.He got a
championship of 2010. He participated in the world championship and won
a prize within the third place with an individual. He is the ace of the
world championship F3A Japan team from Japan Model Aeronautic Federation.
He won the championship with an individual at the F3A Asia-Oceania championship
every time. He is traction of group championship of the Japan team.
|In August 2005, participating for the first time at the F3C World Championship
held in Spain, Hiroki Ito, only 15 years old, won the title of the F3C
World Champion, and he also won the title of F3C Japan National Champion
held in October the same year. The remarkable feat of this talented young
aeromodeller makes him a richly deserving recipient of the Andrei Tupolev
|In June 2003, Manabu Hashimoto won the title of F3C World Champion at the
championship meet held at Noto, in Ishikawa Prefecture, and also won the title of Japan National Champion at the National Championship held in October, the same year. He participated in the F3C World Championships in 1997 and 1999 and won the title of Champion two events in a row, a feat accomplished by no other F3C competitors.
|This Diploma was established by the FAI in 1979 and amended in 1980. One
Diploma a year may be awarded on the recommendation of the FAI Aeromodelling
Commission to any aeromodelller of a FAI Member who has - obtained at least
three times consecutively the title of National Champion ; or - obtained
at least once the title of World Champion ; or - established at least three
world records ; or - fulfilled at least twice the function of Competition
Director, Sporting Director and/or similar functions at World or Continental
Championships ; or - fulfilled at least three times the function of an
FAI jury member at World and/or Continental Championships ; or - fulfilled
at least three times the function of a judge at World and/or Continental
Championships ; or -served for at least three years as delegate to the
FAI Aeromodelling Commission or in another function within the Commission
; or . shown outstanding merits in developing aeromodelling (Sports, Techniques,
|This Diploma is donated by the Academy of Model Aeronautics of the USA.
It honours Frank V Ehling whose simple models designs have been used successfully
on three continents. Only one Diploma shall be awarded annually, for outstanding
accomplishement, by an organisation or individual, in connextion with the
promotion of aviation through the use of flying models
This Diploma, established by the FAI in 1952, is named after
Mr. Paul Tissandier, Secretary General of FAI from 1919 to 1945. It shall be
awarded to those who have served the cause of Aviation in general and Sporting
Aviation in particular, by their work, initiative, devotion or in other