Find the relevant information in the badges section “costs & bank details”, please use “surname-record” as reference. The costs do not include courier costs or additional FAI costs if any.
- The OO must do the control over the FR’s and ensure suitable evidence of pilot, glider and take off time. He must use the Flight Certificate.
- After the flight the OO must download your file, check his seals if any and must complete the second part of the Flight Certificate.
- The OO and Claims officer will do a quick analysis to confirm the record and submit the preliminary claim to the FAI in the 7 days time.
- You need to complete the required Claim with your OO.
- The OO will do the certifications, and forward the claim to the Claims officer
- Only documents received from the OO will be used for the claim.
- The Claims officer will prepare the dossier and forward that by e-mail and by courier to the FAI records officer.
The organising NAC shall forward the complete claim documentation to reach the FAI within 120 days of the date of the flight unless an extension of time has been authorised by the IGC President.
Notice of a pending record claim must be submitted to email@example.com by the controlling NAC, the FAI must receive the claim within seven days of the flight. To facilitate this please submit the details to the OO or Claims officer soonest.
For claims submitted to the FAI, the current IGC-approved FAI claim forms must be used. See our tab for “Claim Forms”. Forms are also available from the IGC web site at https://www.fai.org/igc-documents – then click on Records and on Record Claim Forms.
- Form A: Absolute altitude or Gain of Height records (Open class only)
- Form B: Distance records
- Form C: Speed records
- Form D: Motor glider records. Form is additional to other forms if appropriate to the claim.
- Form E: To be completed by all NACs involved. Form must be included with claim file.