Welcome to the Marion R/C Flyer's of Rochester, MN web portal.

8015 50th St SE, Eyota, MN 55934

 

Need more club Information?

To talk to a live person about how to join our club contact any of the Club

Officers listed under the tab "About Us". You are also welcome to attend our

club meetings listed below.

We enjoy a wide variety of aircraft ranging from electrics, helicopters, glow

powered airplanes and giant scale war birds.

 

We have experienced airplane and helicopter pilots who can help you learn to fly.

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Links to weather stations close by:

https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KMNROCHE64

Rochester airport official weather station:

https://www.wunderground.com/history/airport/KRST

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******Winter Meeting Schedule******

One winter club meeting will be held December 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm at a location to be determined (TBD) to elect club officers. 

 

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Electric Indoor Flying

National Guard Armory

 

Free Indoor flying Wednesday's 9:00 am to Noon. Electric models only.

Please come and enjoy in the fun of fellowship and flying.

 

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Club Dues Now Being Accepted at the Club meetings or send your dues to:

Marion RC Flyers
PO Box 9202
Rochester, Mn 55903

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The Student Flight Instruction Program for 2019 has ended and will resume June 2020 and continue through September 2020.

Beginner's Night: Wednesday afternoons/evenings will resume June

2019. Contact our qualified Flight Instructors for free flight instruction.

It is recommended that you make an appointment with

Ray Dray or Skip Gram for flight instruction.

Call Ray Dray at (cell) 261-0930 or (home) 775-6933.

Call Skip Gram at (507) 273-2748

Student flight instruction is provided free of charge during the flying

season, June through September, by one of our qualified flight

instructors.

  • Please call Ray Dray at 261-0930 (cell) or 775-6933 (home) or Skip Gram at 273-2748 to set up an appointment for flight instruction. They can answer any questions you might have.
  • Please call our club instructor to make an appointment for flight training. This will assure that there will be somebody at the field to assist you.
  • After completing your lessons you will need to join the AMA and our club to be allowed to fly at our club field. Join the AMA at https://www.modelaircraft.org/joinrenew.aspx. To join our club, contact Wayne Brown at 319-4406. Our membership forms can be found in the New Pilot Info link to the left.

The available instructors are listed below:

Instructor

Phone Number

Special Information

Ray Dray

 

261-0930 cell

775-6933 Home

Airplane Instruction

Skip Gram

273-2748

 

Airplane Instruction

  • If using your own airplane for flight lessons you should make sure your radio equipment has been charged and the switches are in the off position before you arrive at the field. If you do not own your own airplane you can use the club training aircraft at no charge to you.
  • When you arrive at the field ask for your instructor. He will provide direction on where and how to set up the airplane for instruction.
  • Pay attention to what your instructor has to say and show you. He will show you proper flying field procedures and etiquette. You can learn by observing how pilots set up and fly their aircraft.
  • Relax and take your time. If you feel tired or worn out call it a day and schedule a lesson for another day. When learning to fly it may take more lessons than expected.
  • When your instructor says you are ready you will complete a check flight, where you will be asked to do three takeoffs and landings, demonstrate the correct pattern and flying field etiquette. After successful completion you will then be considered a qualified R/C Pilot and allowed to fly solo without an instructor.

You can request additional lessons at any time. These can include aerobatic maneuvers.


 

   

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