So what is Control-Line Carrier-Deck flying?
Control-Line model flying has been around for over 70 years. It’s a half-way house between free flight (“chuck it and chance it”) and radio control. Control-line models are physically flown by the pilot, who uses a handle and a set of thin steel wires attached to the aeroplane to give control over the height at which the plane flies, and to limit its flight path to a circle (usually 60 feet in diameter).
Carrier-Deck is one of many different types of control-line flying. It’s one of the simplest to describe (flying a simulated mission from an aircraft carrier) but one of the most difficult to perfect…
This site has all the info you need to build a model of your own and enter competitions; have a look at the PLANS PAGE for something to build, and the 2017 CALENDAR for somewhere to fly.
The Quality Inspector checking out Flyco’s F4J fuel system repair
After the dismal failure of internal pipework at Croydon last year (the model’s, not mine!) repairs were assessed and blessed by the Quality Inspector…
F4J test flown in early April, and now ready to compete – Enya CX11+ power (2.1cc), radio throttle; from the Brodak kit – a real challenge to build!
to recognise the widespread usage of these technologies –
(incorporation agreed between Flyco and Andy Housden March 2017)
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