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All pilots must be AMA MEMBERS – NO EXCEPTIONS

AMA and CCF INC. rules and regulations must be followed at all times.

Place membership card or current AMA card on frequency board before turning on transmitter and aircraft.
Club members will be responsible for his/her guest at all times.
Club members will monitor the field and check unfamiliar pilots for current AMA membership and CCF INC membership.


  • Pilots must stand at pilot stations while flying.
  • Only pilot, students and observer/crew chief allowed at pilot stations.
  • All spectators and pets must stay behind the safety fence at all times.
  • All pets must be on leash at all times.
  • While starting aircraft in the pit area, move aircraft to the edge of the covered area, (white line) and point the aircraft at the Safety fence.
  • No taxiing in the pit area. Hold on to aircraft until reaching pilot stations.
  • Only taxiing is allowed between the pilot stations(s) and the double yellow lines.
  • Take-offs and landings are to be from right to left, dictated by wind direction.
  • Fly a clockwise pattern unless wind conditions dictate otherwise.
  • Pilots shall announce loudly “TAKING OFF” or “LANDING”, as appropriate.
  • All flying shall take place beyond the Centerline (white line) of the runway.
  • Maximum of five (5) aircraft aloft at one time.
  • No alcohol and drugs are allowed on the field at any time.
  • Any pilot who has been observed flagrantly violating AMA regulations, CCF rules or conditions as set forth in this declaration may lose his/her flying privileges.

Google map to the field.

Google Maps to the flying field. Use the power of Google to find directions to the field. The field is actually 200 Yards south of where Google directs you, but if you have any RC ambition, Just follow your nose to the smell of GLOW FUEL.



Here is like to google maps for our meeting site.

Terms and Conditions
I hereby agree to comply with all the AMA SAFETY CODES, CIRCLE CITY FLYERS Field Safety and Flying rules for all model aircraft operations at all Circle City Flyers Flying Sites. I further agree to abide by and comply with the Circle City Flyers Bylaws and Standing Rules, and to any changes or modifications that may be made to them during my membership period. I understand and agree that as a condition of membership my failure to comply with all the applicable SAFETY & FLYING RULES and/or failure to conduct myself in a proper manner will result in the revoking of my membership. I understand and agree to provide the AMA and a Circle City Flyers Officer written notice within thirty (30) days of an occurrence of any incident of bodily injury and/or property damage. I am very aware that model aircraft operations present hazards, and there is an assumption of that risk. I EXEMPT AND HOLD HARMLESS CIRCLE CITY FLYERS, its OFFICERS, and MEMBERS from any and all liability including but not limited to personal injury, property damage, or death caused by me, or my guest's actions.


NOTE:You may submit an application before you receive your AMA card. Your AMA membership will be verified electronically, so please make sure your number is correct on the form. We will process your payment immediately, but your club membership card will not be issued until an active status is confirmed by the AMA. You can check your status on the AMA website.

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Deleo Field

Click Here For -> Local weather conditions

The field is located in a small canyon and is basically surrounded by hills. The runway and covered areas are paved. The runway runs generally southeast to northwest, and is just a hair over 500 feet. The runway is 50 feet wide.Winds are usually non-existent during the morning hours; light enough to fly small foamies. Winds tend to gradually increase during the morning and enter the field from the northwest and northeast; that is, you're usually facing into the wind, and it is blowing slightly from the left or right. It wouldn't be a bad idea to practice a bit on a simulator if you're new to landing on a runway.Pilots are encouraged to fly in a clockwise pattern, and may be asked to avoid the motocross bikers that practice at the track just west of the field. The general pattern looks like this:

CCF Field fly pattern

Flyers are reminded that for safety, no maneuvers are to be performed closer than the centerline, marked in red here.


There is plenty of room to fly, although many have tested high-school physics by comparing the effects of fluid dynamics with rocky hillside dynamics. Google Earth (R) was used to calculate the below distances (all in feet), as measured from center runway..

CCF Distances


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