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ORCF club flying days are Wednesday and Sunday. Ross Field is open to all AMA members and their guests. AMA cards are required to fly. Non AMA guests can fly with an AMA certified “Intro Pilot” instructor. Come fly with us!! The Oneonta RC Flyers monthly meetings are held at Ross Field on the first Wednesday of the month. Meetings start promptly at 7pm. Flying is encouraged before and after the meetings. Note: Winter meetings are at Fox Care.

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Catching A "Flying Bug"?

We'd love to have you come out to the flying field with us and maybe even get a free flying lesson. Our club has over thirty energetic R/C Model Aircraft enthusiasts. If you are interested in airplanes, helicopters or anything that flies, Come Join Us!!!
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Model Airplane News

  • — Sky Skooter

    Sky Skooter

    Before we begin, I need to explain why I designed the Sky Skooter. I have always been intrigued by the idea of taking my wife and kids or some friends to a distant place, 500 or 600 miles away,...

  • — 40% Aluminum DHC-2 Beaver

    40% Aluminum DHC-2 Beaver

    Would you believe over 2,000 rivets hold this beautiful airframe together? Just like its full-size big brother, this 230-inch-span scale aircraft has aluminum sheet covering. A Moki 420cc 5-cylinder radial engine spinning a custom 40-inch prop...

  • — Master the basics: straight and level flight

    Master the basics: straight and level flight

    If you’ve seen individual IMAC maneuvers, you’ve probably noticed one factor that ties everything together: straight and level flight. When flying an aerobatic sequence, you must start and finish...

  • — Dawn Patrol over the Glen WW1 Meet

    Dawn Patrol over the Glen WW1 Meet

    The Shade Tree Miniature Aircraft Association’s  (SMAA)  flying field is located in  Glen St. Mary Florida, about 35 miles due west of Jacksonville. This club hosts several events during...

  • — Taming a Camel – Bavarian Demon Flight Stabilization System

    Taming a Camel – Bavarian Demon Flight Stabilization System

    I had an interesting time at the recent Warbirds over Delaware giant scale event. I was flying my newly completed 1/4-scale Sopwith Camel and was...

  • — Mini Mustang: Is it scale?

    Mini Mustang: Is it scale?

    This 80% scale Mustang, built in the U.S., puts on a show at the Willis Warbirds Fighter Meet in Little Gransden, UK. Love that V8 engine and 4-blade prop! The pilot is eerily...

  • — Exclusive — Top Flite Gold Edition Giant Scale P-47 Thunderbolt Razorback — Sneak Peek

    Exclusive — Top Flite Gold Edition Giant Scale P-47 Thunderbolt Razorback — Sneak Peek

    MAN is now working on the newest Giant Scale Warbird ARF from Hobbico the long...

  • — Making Functional Biplane Rigging Wires

    Making Functional Biplane Rigging Wires

    If you have been following our exclusive MAN Build-Along Series on my 1/4-scale Sopwith Camel project, then you know it flies great, but I did manage to damage the top wing on a typical nosed-over...

  • — Tactic DroneView Wi-Fi Camera

    Tactic DroneView Wi-Fi Camera

    Elevate your perspective with the Tactic DroneView Wi-Fi Camera. This camera is small and light for easy transportation. Attach it to your bike, board, drone or any land, water, or air R/C vehicle. It delivers...

  • — Patching up a Camel — Wing Repairs

    Patching up a Camel — Wing Repairs

    While flying the Sopwith Camel featured in our Build-Along series, I made a bad piloting decision. While at the Warbirds over Delaware event, I made a few successful flights...



 
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