Prince Edward Radio Control Flying Club

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Prince Edward Radio Control Flying Club (PERCFC)

1129 Clarke Road, Picton Ontario

GPS co-ordinates are: Latitude: 43°57'47.06"N  Longitude: 77° 6'46.63"W

This is large grass field with a groomed grass runway.

Enter the field from Clark Road off of Miller Road.

From Picton Main Street take County Road 8 East to Clark Road go South and cross Miller Road almost to the take the grass road to the left to our field.


Guests are welcome. All pilots have to be members of MAAC, Model Aeronautics Association of Canada, or the AMA, Academy of Model Aeronautics, and accompanied by a member of PERCFC.

Field Image via Google

Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 September 2015 06:20 )

On Display

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We will be on display at:

Picton Model Railroaders 27th Annual Train Show

Saturday September 19th, 2015 from 10:00am to 5:00pm

Sunday September 20th, 2015 from 10:00am to 4:00pm

Prince Edward Curling Club, Picton Fairgrounds

Main Street, Picton Ontario

Try out a radio controlled flight on our simulator.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 September 2015 06:16 )

Night Flight 101

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Finally after at least a month of preparation and several false starts I have achieved my first night flight. This was done down at our field at around 7 to 8:30 pm November 12. It was quite cold: -2 to + 2 C and I was flying with leather gloves. I used 8 solar/patio lanterns to mark/illuminate my path to the pits and the flight station and then the center line of the runway. 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 22 November 2009 07:42 ) Read more...

Flag Towing with a Radio Controlled Model Airplane

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I have been interested in using a model airplane as a tractor or platform for other things, almost from the instant I first got to fly one. One of the things I aspire to do is towing a banner. I have not gotten around to that yet, but I have managed to successfully tow a flag aloft and get it back intact. (The airplane, too!)
Last Updated ( Friday, 12 June 2009 07:47 ) Read more...

RC Airplane Starting Table

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Every Club should have Safety Starting Benches and our Club now has 6 of these in place. This article will explain how to build one for your own use or your club. The overwhelming response from our club members is, "how did we ever manage without them!".

Thanks to Mr. Charles Meyer for making this construction article available to all.

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 April 2009 06:06 ) Read more...
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