Interested in flying model aircraft? Then Dare County RC Flyers is for you! Enrollment for membership is now open to all─from beginners─to experienced model aircraft pilots. Contact us today for information about membership and upcoming meetings at the library in Kill Devil Hills. We look forward to speaking to you about the world of model aircraft!
Have you ever thought about learning to fly a radio control airplane? Well, now is a perfect time to get started by taking advantage of the Dare County RC Flyers' special membership promotion that may provide you with everything needed.
We are currently accepting applications for membership in our club, and are offering to our new members a 1-in-10 (or better) chance to win a COMPLETE ready-to-fly radio control airplane package! This package has been put together with quality Spektrum and HobbyZone products. Both of these companies have a proven track-record of reliability, quality, and performance in the radio control community. With beginners in mind, we want to get you into the air with our club NOW, and this complete package can provide you with everything needed to get started into the wonderful recreational activity of radio control aviation!
A video displaying of this great airplane package is available for your review at the beginning of this article. Details about club membership, contest rules, and the grand prize package are available at the "See Details" link below.
Don't delay and take a chance on losing out on the opportunity of winning this aircraft package! Contact Jim Davis today at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or for an application to become a member of Dare County RC Flyers.
Those who fly drones and small unmanned aircraft systems (model aircraft) are now statutorily required to register with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). In addition, pilots must also now ensure that their FAA registration number is displayed on an outer surface of any aircraft or drone they own and operate. Registration is inexpensive and easy, and may be done at the link below.
The Federal Aviation Administration has redeveloped their mobile application to provide situational awareness to recreational flyers in knowing whether it is safe to fly their drone or model aircraft in a particular area. The application utilizes interactive maps and GPS technology to alert recreational flyers where they can and cannot fly. The application is free, and is available at the App Store for iOS and the Google Play store for Android.
Our flying field is located behind the shotgun range at the Outer Banks Gun Club in Manns Harbor and consists of a 400-foot grass runway. We usually fly Saturday mornings, Sunday afternoons, and during Daylight Savings Time, Thursday evenings. The site is located on Link Road, 2½ miles southwest of the intersection of US Highways 64 and 264.