Our club was first formed in 1968 and is affiliated with the British Model Flying Association. The main purposes of the club are to encourage, assist and promote the flying of model aircraft of all types. The club currently has over fifty members and there is a wealth of experience should you require any assistance. Read the rest of this entry »
BMFA membership can be renewed through the club as usual. Please use the application form below: manx-model-flyers-application-form-v-2 (N.B. Members renewing their membership are asked to complete an application form so that personal details, phone numbers etc. can be updated.) Read the rest of this entry »
The MMF committee have located a new venue for indoor flying - the Tommy Clucas Community Sports Hall, Peel. (The hall is in Peel Football Ground, opposite the QE2 secondary school as shown in the map). Three extra evenings have now been booked:
Sunday 19th February 2017
Sunday 5th March 2017
Sunday 19th March 2017These evenings are for club members only and there will be a charge of £5.00 contribution per session per member. Come along and enjoy the fun.
My thanks to John for bringing to my attention to the proposed European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The regulations could affect the future of model flying in Europe which will include the Isle of Man, if it goes ahead without change. Hopefully, the BMFA and the proposed European Model Flying Union can get it amended. Further information from the BMFA can be found on the following link: https://bmfa.org/News/News-Page/ArticleID/2400/Threat-to-Model-Flying-from-European-Regulation-EASA-Prototype-Rules-for-Unmanned-Aircraft
Manx Model Flyers members travelled to the Southport Air Show where they enjoyed an excellent day. Highlights included: the Red Arrows, Swordfish (escorted by two August Westland Wildcat helicopters), P-40 Kittyhawk, P-51 Mustang, B-25 Mitchell and a number of aerobatic display teams using Extra 300s and Vans RV4s and RV8s.