Discover Flying RC Field
Directions to the field: Take Exit 5 off Rt. 6 & turn south onto Rt. 149. Remain on Rt. 149. Entrance is across from the golf course at Gate C. (Approx. 1.5 mi. from ramp.) Look for our sign.
Control Line/Heli Field/FPV Quad Racing
Area just south of the main flight line.
Meetings are held as needed from October to May on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm
Centerline Hobbies has supported our club for many years by helping to promote all aspects of radio control aviation with our members.
Hyannis Youth and Community Center-Winter Indoor Flying Site
Effective November 16, 2017
- HYCC rules do not allow food or drink in the gymnasium.
- Anyone not flying with a 2.4GHZ radio or who is new to flying should check in with the air boss prior to operating their aircraft on site.
- Defined flying area will be inside the red out-of-bounds lines of the basketball court.
- The flight line will be outside the red out-of-bounds area on the left side of the gym.
- The pit area will be behind the flight line.
- Spectators must be in the bleachers.
- The air boss is responsible for safety, timing the flights, and insuring that spectators remain in their designated area.
- At no time should spectators be in the active flying area. Flyers may only retrieve their models after clearing it with any other active flyers.
- Maximum number of planes/helicopters in the air at one time will be determined by flyers on scene.
- Aircraft size: Helicopters should not be larger than the Blade 130X (5 oz. with battery and rotor of 13”) Quad copters must measure 15” or less diagonally from tip to tip. Airplanes should not have a wingspan greater than 34” or weight more than 250 grams (9 ozs.) Discover Flying reserves the right to inspect and judge the suitability of any plane or helicopter for indoor use. Speed and weight will be the main criteria to avoid dangerous situations.
- All pilots must be standing at the flight line while flying.
- Flights will be divided into 10 minute intervals. Small planes will have ½ of the court and quads and helicopters will have the other half for one interval. Large planes will have the entire court for the next interval.
- Flying in a manner that may endanger other pilots or spectators may result in a meeting with the air boss to discuss safety concerns.