The Flight Lift Challenge 4 (quantity) has continually evolved to present fresh challenges to teams taking part in the competition.
This year’s challenge utilises 150mm polystyrene spheres as the payload to be transported, and having designed a suitable airframe for this challenging task, teams are required to submit drawings for their aircraft and conduct a 5 minute presentation to a panel of judges that addresses the salient points of the design, as well as outlining the thought processes and considerations involved.
For the flying element of the competition, teamwork, planning and a well-structured approach combined with a well designed and practical airframe will be key elements to success in this competition.
Please note that it is strongly recommended that the help of an experienced aero modeller is enlisted from the very start.
Local contacts are available from the BMFA office.
We look forward to receiving your team’s entry for the Payload Challenge 4 (quantity).
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