We’ve decided to kick the field search up a notch. If you know a good place to display this flyer, please click on the image below to download the .pdf and print one out and post it for us. Thanks!
Our Head Instructor, Dean Anderson, will be available on training nights – Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the flying field, weather permitting – to assist members of all skill levels with programming their Spektrum radios.
Check out the following link for an insightful video on why we fly by Robert Gough, aka Capt Mavic.
Check out the following link for information how how to safely fly “drones”, which includes both multi-rotors and fixed-wing aircraft:
If you want to fly any RC aircraft (over 0.55 lbs – 250 grams) in the National Airspace, you will need to register with the FAA. Info on registration is located here – https://faadronezone.faa.gov/#/
The AMA website has a nice summary of the Know Before You Fly information, located here – http://www.modelaircraft.org/aboutama/govkbyf.aspx
Thanks to Robert Gough for sharing this link for wind conditions: