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gianluca guelfiEsprimiamo il nostro cordoglio e tutta la nostra solidarietà

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Rete Radio Montana e Soccorso Alpino Lazio: vantaggi per le attività di Volo Libero nel Lazio

rete radio montana logoSi informano tutti i piloti di parapendio e deltaplano

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Denunce e sanzioni, seconda puntata

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Pare che la telenovela continui ...

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Decolli nord e sud Monte Cucco vietati dal 27 giugno al 3 luglio 2016

monte cucco monumentoIl Sindaco di Sigillo (Perugia) ha emesso ordinanza di divieto

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Il NOTAM di Christo e Aaron Durogati

christo notamSarà operativo dalle ore 22 di oggi, venerdì 17 giugno 2016

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Schema di colorazione per cordini

pma color schemeLa PMA, l'associazione dei produttori di attrezzatura per parapendio, ha deciso di raccomandare uno schema di colorazione per i cordini di tutte le ali da parapendio. Leggi tutto...

Meeting WG6 a Nizza

assembleaE' in corso a Nizza una riunione del WG6, il gruppo di lavoro che si occupa delle norme EN relative al volo libero.

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Dolomites area: new rules

The search & rescue helicopter service in the Dolomites area (Canazei, Col Rodella, Pordoi, Marmolada) is still struggling when hundreds of pilots, from all over Europe, keep flying during rescue operations not allowing the helicopter to properly operate to help fellow free flight pilots that need assistance.

The situation is so bad that the authorities will close the area if we can't manage to solve this problem.

In order to keep everybody safe and in order to keep open to free flight one of the most beautiful flight areas in the world, all pilots flying in the Dolomites area are requested to:

1) Take note: the official phone number in Italy for the rescue service is 118.

2) Starting from this year, we start experimenting with a radio channel reserved to flight safety.
Keep a radio always listening on the safety radio channel that we call "8-16" which is PMR channel 8 with CTSS subtone 16.
For the most technical pilots the frequency is 446,09375 MHz + subtone 114,8 Hz
This radio channel will be used to provide instructions during rescue operations and for any other safety-related communication.
Keep the channel free, don't use it for non-safety communications.
PMR radios are cheap and light. Getting a second radio just for this safety channel is a good choice: it will be your cheapest piece of safety equipment.
Communication during emergencies is very important.

3) When you see the helicopter (red or yellow) fly at least 2Km away from the rescue area.

4) Tell also to your friends, on your usual radio channel, to move 2Km away from the rescue area.

5) If there is no other way to communicate with them, use the "ears" with the paraglider as a way to communicate that they also have to leave the area.

6) Don't stay in front of the helicopter whent it's hovering. Even when you think that the helicopter has reached it's operation place and that it's safe to keep flying, the helicopter is probably waiting for free flight pilots (including yourself) to move away in order to proceed to the rescue area.

7) Every pilot flying in the Dolomites area must have a red and a green smoke bomb. They can be found at the Col Rodella cablecar. If you have an accident and need medical help use the red smoke bomb. If you have an accident and don't need medical assistance use the green smoke bomb and fold the wing.

Your cooperation will be appreciated

Come segnalare un incidente

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Sul numero 251 di "Volo Libero" Rodolfo Saccani ci spiega come segnalare un incidente attraverso il sito internet di FIVL e come contribuire in questo modo alla sicurezza di tutti noi. Leggi tutto...

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