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Las Vegas Soaring Club

If it can fly, you might just see it at our field!

A Gold Leader Club #3038

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FPV Wing Racing

Posted by Michael Dantonio on March 17, 2016 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)

I would like to request permission to use the flying for a group of out of town visitors on April 10, 2016.  The group is coming to Las Vegas for some FPV adventures and would like to join our local FPV wing racing group for an event.  We would need the use of the flying field from 10am-3pm for FPV wing racing with pylons(weather balloons) attendance is expected to be about 20 pilots and the event is free to attend.  All pilots would be required to show their AMA & FAA regi...

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DOT/FAA Announce Proposed....

Posted by [email protected] on February 17, 2015 at 4:15 PM Comments comments (1)

Just released notice from AMA regarding the FAA and UAV's...see HOME page for link.

Next Project - SU37

Posted by Gary Potter on January 15, 2015 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (1)

I've started another park jet;  this one's  going to be an SU37. The cutout is done.

It  looks like a  hot mess but  it's only 19 pieces; another depron cut out, score, and fold park jet. I'll start the  glue up as soon as I get a couple of carbon fiber rods delivered. The  plans came from

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Thanks from a Newbie Pilot

Posted by Gary Potter on November 14, 2014 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Well, not actually a pilot yet; more like a rookie in training.

 

Just wanted to pass along a word of thanks to everyone at the field that’s had an encouraging word. I’ve got three planes now – an Apprentice, a SU34, and a UMX Radian.

 

I’ve had several solo flights on the Radian, two on the SU34, and still working on soloing the Apprentice. I love it when I learn new stuff. First, don’t let your plane get away from you, gravi...

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