Read the second article in the series written by Bob Juncosa, flight trainer for the Williamburg Aeromodellers Club of Virginia, USA. Bob’s articles are very entertaining while being informative for both beginners and experienced alike. Hope you enjoy this series as it is published! Click here to read the article!
FolksAs you can imagine, I or any of the committee cannot tell you what you can or cannot do. The recent notice I sent to everyone is amied at the club members doing its bit to be responsible and alerting club members to the possibility of a return to flying based on governemnt guidelines. Members
The title of this article says it all, this is a ‘herculean’ project undertaken by a long time member of the Royal County Flying Club, Eanna Healy. One sure thing, he has been keeping busy during lock-down with this amazing aircraft. Talking with Eanna, he tells me that he gets goose pimples every time he
Folks, At this point there is a good possibility that we shall allow a return to flying from Sunday June 21st based on expected Government easing of lockdown restrictions. With that in mind and realising the fact that there will be a reasonable turn out then and going forward we will be introducing some Guidlines
Hi everyone & welcome to our new look website, hope you like it! On the home page we have tried to deliver some key messages, such as our club name & welcoming visitors to our site, would you like to fly and the latest news from the club. There’s a ‘get in touch’ button, to
As usual the members enjoyed the warm hospitality of the China Garden Restaurant in Navan for the Club AGM and Dinner. The committee for 2020 were elected and are; Chairman; Gerry Reilly, Secretary; Bill Thompson and Ricky O’Sullivan continues in the role of Treasurer. Those members who have achieved their “A Cert” were presented with
The early months of 2019 were not friendly to the RC Flyer so eager to get in some flying time Ricky took off to the RC Hotel in Corfu and his experience can be followed under the “Ricky Does Corfu” tab. In April the “Field Marshal” mobilised his team and carried out some sterling work
October provided some beautiful weather which resulted in a large turnout of members to enjoy some great flying. At the end of the day, it’s the flying that counts! The Renault Sleeker takes to the air. A man and his Cub.