The British Microlight Aircraft Association has paid pounds 1,500 for each of the youngsters to take the lessons they need to fly solo.
What does BMAA stand for?
BMAA stands for British Microlight Aircraft Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the report: "The National Microlight Association of Ireland and the British Microlight Aircraft Association should inform all its members that seemingly insignificant amounts of frost, or even rain on the wings of flex-wing microlights can degrade the performance of the wing to the extent that the aircraft cannot be safely flown.
A CAA spokesman said that, before granting this, it needed the green light from the British Microlight Aircraft Association (BMAA).
The British Microlight Aircraft Association said the smaller plane was a kit plane.
Last night the British Microlight Aircraft Association said the small plane, carrying one pilot, was a kit plane not a microlight, as reported.
Chris Finnigan, of the British Microlight Aircraft Association, said: "This is not an event for novices.
Chris Finnigan, of the British Microlight Aircraft Association, said: "Both men have been flying for years.
The British Microlight Aircraft Association said the light aircraft involved in the crash was a home-built kit plane.