Club Fly in Rules
Climb and glide  Class A Gliders Model can be powered either by electric or ic motors. Class B  Any other model which is not a glider. Class C  Any foamie electric model (excluding gliders) Rules for classes A and B Models are allowed a maximum time of two minutes to climb to a height at which the operator wants to start the glide part of the flight (you do not have to use the full climb time allowance). Motors cannot be used during any part of the timed part of the flight or landing. This also applies to flights which, finishes after the maximum time limit. All flights are disallowed if the model lands outside of the mowed area of the field. Scoring 600 points for the maximum flight time of 10 minutes. ( you can glide for more than 10 minutes, but you cannot score more than 600 points) One point is scored for each second of the glide part of flight, for flights of less that the 10 minute maximum. (i.e. a three minute glide would sore 180 points). There will a bonus of 100 points for landing in an area set out on the field. The bonus can only be scored for flights under the 10 minute maximum. Class C There is a one minute time slot for models to climb to the height at which at which the operator wants to start the glide part of the flight. All models must take off during the one minute slot. The maximum number of models which can fly in each slot will be decided on the day. Scoring Scoring starts at the end of the one minute time slot. The last model landings scores one point, second model landing scores two point, and so on. The winner is the model with the lowest score after all rounds flown is the winner. Models must be flown in all rounds. The rules of landing in the field, and motor use are same as in class A and B. All classes will be flown over a minimum of two rounds. The number of rounds flown be will decided on the day If there is a tie in any class, after all rounds have been flown, there will be a fly-off in that class. The flight can be retaken again at the discretion of the organisers, if for safety reasons the flight has to be terminated, and or the model has to be landed outside the mowed flight area. Members under training , can have their instructors helping them during their flights.
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Club Fly in Rules
Climb and glide  Class A Gliders Model can be powered either by electric or ic motors. Class B  Any other model which is not a glider. Class C  Any foamie electric model (excluding gliders) Rules for classes A and B Models are allowed a maximum time of two minutes to climb to a height at which the operator wants to start the glide part of the flight (you do not have to use the full climb time allowance). Motors cannot be used during any part of the timed part of the flight or landing. This also applies to flights which, finishes after the maximum time limit. All flights are disallowed if the model lands outside of the mowed area of the field. Scoring 600 points for the maximum flight time of 10 minutes. ( you can glide for more than 10 minutes, but you cannot score more than 600 points) One point is scored for each second of the glide part of flight, for flights of less that the 10 minute maximum. (i.e. a three minute glide would sore 180 points). There will a bonus of 100 points for landing in an area set out on the field. The bonus can only be scored for flights under the 10 minute maximum. Class C There is a one minute time slot for models to climb to the height at which at which the operator wants to start the glide part of the flight. All models must take off during the one minute slot. The maximum number of models which can fly in each slot will be decided on the day. Scoring Scoring starts at the end of the one minute time slot. The last model landings scores one point, second model landing scores two point, and so on. The winner is the model with the lowest score after all rounds flown is the winner. Models must be flown in all rounds. The rules of landing in the field, and motor use are same as in class A and B. All classes will be flown over a minimum of two rounds. The number of rounds flown be will decided on the day If there is a tie in any class, after all rounds have been flown, there will be a fly-off in that class. The flight can be retaken again at the discretion of the organisers, if for safety reasons the flight has to be terminated, and or the model has to be landed outside the mowed flight area. Members under training , can have their instructors helping them during their flights. The organisers have the right to change the way the event is run on the day. Trophies will be presented to the two highest flights in each class. The fly-in starts at 10am for electric models, ic models from 12noon. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ----------------------------------- No other date has been programmed to run the event if the weather is bad on this date. It will be run on the day what ever the weather is, as normally during the day there are breaks in the weather for flying to take place.                                            
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CONCORD MFC         CONCORD MODEL FLYING CLUB
CONCORD MFC         CONCORD MODEL FLYING CLUB