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A scene all too familiar. Members repair a model at the field to keep it airworthy.

Important Note: MAAC is requiring members to affix their MAAC number, the MAAC web site address and phone number to each model.  Members names and personal phone numbers are optional. This information must be attached to the model structure and not batteries, access hatches or other parts that could become detached during flight or a collision.  More information on this can be found on the MAAC website, specifically the MAAC Policy and Procedures Document MPPD-10.

The club shares space with a Transport Canada approved private ultralight field.  While full-scale traffic is rare, we still always remain vigilant for traffic and must take all measures to avoid it.

We have a 500 foot normal ceiling for our flying pattern.  Glider pilots can fly up to 1000 feet if they have a dedicated non-flying spotter.

All pilots are required to perform range checks for each aircraft at the start of the flying day.  All aircraft must be equipped with a functioning failsafe on the throttle channel that cuts power to the motor or engine within 5 seconds of losing signal from the transmitter.

All no-fly zones are marked on the flight board that pilots must attach their membership cards to upon arrival to the field.

Please download our rules and familiarize yourself with them:

Renegade Flyers Rules [PDF; Updated November 2018]