Palmerston North Aeroneers

Model Aero Club (inc.)

May Servo Chatter now available on line

Subs are now due 

Please check your emails from the club Treasurer or see the relevant  information in the March Servo Chatter

Level 3 instructions:


Good Afternoon guys

 

Well according to Jonathan’s email we are allowed to fly at our local field and not to travel out of our region.

Based on this for those that want to and the weather will allow there will be sport flying at the field, we will look at the competitions at a later date, maybe around June.

There will be protocols in place, and for the field to stay open these protocols must be adhered to.

· There will be a sign in sheet in the club house, this must filled in by those at the field

· Social distancing only 3 fliers on the flight line, and a distance of 2 meters

· If you require someone else to handle your plane or trannie supply gloves and dispose of after use

· Sorry Pete no barbie

· The club house door handle and lock to be cleaned before handling

· If feel unwell do not come to the field stay home

· If you feel unsafe stay home

· Use proper hygiene etiquette when coughing and sneezing

 

This is all new to everyone and as such we must rely on each other to stay safe.

I am picking any breaches and they will shut down the use of recreational activities, so it is our shoulders to be safe

 

Lastly lets be safe out there and see you at the field on Sunday !!!

 

Flying Field near Pahiatua
Lew Woods has kindly offered Club members the use of his flying field.   

To find the field from PN, drive over the Pahiatua Track and as you descend the hill into Pahiatua turn right before you cross the railway line, proceed for approx. 1km, the road turns sharp, at this point turn right (if you are on gravel you have gone too far) find the drive with letter box 86, proceed up drive.  Click here for Goggle Map


Website problem with the document pages - please email to request the document be emailed to you.

The Palmerston North Aeroneers is located in the Manawatu region of New Zealand's North Island. 

Club Flying is every Sunday starting at 9am weather permitting at our Spur Road Field at Colyton,

with one other day midweek flying.


The Club fosters and encourages the building and flying of model aircraft. The Club began in September 1946 as the "Manawatu Model Aeroplane Club", and its original Secretary, Mr Russ Johnson, is still active in the Club today.

The Club is affiliated to the New Zealand Model Aeronautical Association (NZMAA), the governing body for all model flying in New Zealand, which in turn is affiliated to the F.A.I. through the Royal New Zealand Aero Club.

Club hat and shirts are now available.  

Place an order with any of your committee members.


Hats - $15      Your typical fisherman "Gilligan" style 

Shirts - $30    100% Dri-zone polyester, anti-snag and moisture wicking, UPF rating 50+  

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