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Go to the Maps page. There you will find a printable  map and a link to Google Maps that you can use to navigate to Deleo Field.

Come down to the field and talk to some of the folks that are flying. They'll  point you to one of the officers that will get you set up with the information.

Fill out an membership application here. The  bylaws of the club are on the bylaws page.

Circle City Flyers follows AMA guidelines for safety. All members flying at the CCF field must have an AMA card.

Specific club safety rules can be found here, and By-Laws can be found here.

Generally, any aircraft that can be operated safely following these rules can be operated at the field.

Please, no gas or glow engines before 8:30 AM, electrics only (as a courtesy to the residents of the area).

Of course, we have experienced instructors here to help you out at the field

The field is most busy on the weekend mornings. Most flyers arrive between 8:00 and 9:00 AM and fly throughout the morning. Winds tend to pick up during the day, but are never very predictable.

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.


More info here