Hello from the Prince George Aeromodelers!

The purpose of the PG Aeromodelers is to provide a relaxed, safe flying environment for our members and guests. The club has proudly trained hundreds of pilots from Prince George and surrounding areas by emphasizing fun, friendship, and the sharing of techniques. We also host many popular club contests and fun flying events throughout the year, which are open to everyone young and old interested in flying model aircraft.

The PG Aeromodelers Club was chartered in the fall of 1972 by Gord Jack, Jim Drummond, Frank Gibbons and Mel Van Vianen. Our first designated flying field was at the north end of Ospika Blvd, and since then, we have had a variety of flying sites each with their own unique characteristics. Now over 40 years old, the PG Aeromodelers are still going strong with our veteran members helping newcomers become good, responsible pilots in a family-oriented atmosphere. Our current flying field is located down the Blackwater road in a beautiful natural location only 20 minutes from downtown Prince George.

Membership is open to pilots of all ages, with membership being free of charge to everyone under 18 years of age. All club members belong to the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada (MAAC), the safety rules and guidelines of which are followed in order to provide everyone with a safe, fun, and insured aeromodelling environment.

So, whether you are a long time enthusiast, or newcomer to aircraft modelling, the PG Aeromodelers welcome you to come along to see how fun it can be to fly in a safe, family-friendly environment.

Getting Started With RC Modelling

Getting Started

 

Upcoming Meetings and Events

november 2014

5nov7:00 pm- 8:00 pmClub Meeting7:00 pm – 8:00 pm AiMHi Prince George – South Door Boardroom

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Latest Facebook Group Posts

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Proper Servo linkage setup: (Iots of learning opportunities out there!)

Servo linkage setup: arm parallel to hinge line. Make Equal angles when under 90 degrees at neutral to equal over 90 degrees at full deflection. (ie. 80 degrees and 110 degrees)
- also use middle or inner hole on control horn and as far to the INSIDE as possible on the servo arm to get highest torque and best resolution. (Aha!)
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Flying quad testing fpv at zimmaro park umm the park near tabor See MoreSee Less

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