|Author||Topic: Flying Aces|
posted 8/21/06 10:36 PM
Hi There, silent fliers.
Just had my aerodiscipline priorities realigned by a step back to the future at Old Warden. Had not laughed so much for years! Flew a couple of oily diesels freeflight because I wasn't trusted to fly them with the Tx switched on! Have been a glider guider to B Cert for a long time, but never got the Power A Cert:(. So, it looks like the Ott Family are going to need Power A Certs to avoid losing our new power models.
To aid us in the quest for the elusive Power A Cert, we (Dad and I, with a little help from my Son) have nearly finished an electric HepCat. This is a really old kit that was first taken out of it's box nearly thirty years ago to fly Dad's unflown Mills 1.3 Mk1 series 1!
Anyway, enough waffle, here is the question. Will we be able to fly the electric HepCat at Flying Aces with glider licenses, or do we need to get the Power A Cert first?
posted 8/21/06 10:50 PM
Just seen the "No R/c" notice for Ferry Meadows.
I might have to build an electric freeflighter then!
posted 8/22/06 11:33 AM
Jef, You have the wrong Peterborough Model Club for the flying aces meeting in September. It is run by the Peterborough MFC which is run by Ted Szklaruk who lives at Whittlesey. Their website is peterboroughmfc.org you will find details on this web site not ours which PARCS (Peterborough Area Radio Control Society)wish you luck. Regards
posted 8/23/06 2:50 PM
No radio controlled allowed at Flying Aces meeting on the 3rd September 2006 at Ferry Meadows.