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6th Annual Summer Solstice Fun Fly - Indiana Flyers Club, Indiana, PA

Discussion in 'Events, Contests, Swap Meets' started by TonyHallo, Feb 2, 2020.

  1. June 20, 2020 (Rain Date June 27, 2020)
    Indiana Flyer’s Club Field
    Located off Snyder Rd, Indiana, PA
    GPS coordinates: N40° 33.192' W079° 06.069’

    This fun fly is open to all pilots with AMA membership, no landing fee, all types of aircraft (Including turbines) and rotor craft are welcome. Come join us celebrate the beginning of summer with a day of open flying and fun. This is our 6th year hosting this event.

    Indiana Flyer’s Club, AMA Number 937
    Tony Hallo (724) 953-9912; tony.hallo365@gmail.com



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  2. Thanks for the info Tony. I plan to attend. FYI, The Mon Valley Giant Scale event will be held on September 12th and 13th this year.
  3. I hope to be there Randy.
  4. This event is this weekend, hope to see you there. No fanfare, just flying and good times.
  5. Signed up 30 pilots yesterday, here are a few photos from the event. IMG_0743 (2).JPG IMG_0744.JPG IMG_0745.JPG IMG_0746.JPG IMG_0747.JPG IMG_0749.JPG IMG_0756.JPG
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  6. WMcNabb

    WMcNabb 150cc

    TN, USA
    Thanks for sharing theses photos! Looks like good times being had by all!!
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  7. You are welcome!!!!
  8. Looks like you guys had a great turnout.
  9. We sure did and not a single incident. The following day I went to another club field, there were a hand full of flyers there, three planes went it in a matter of four hours. A ducted fan foam jet went in and put a 30 degree bend in the 5000 ma lipo, didn't catch fire though, apparently the pilot tip stalled the plane at the bottom of a steep dive. A foam Piper Cub lost control and went straight in, was equipped with Spektrum SAFE system (Not very SAFE?), and finally a control line flier managed a find a 8' spruce tree 180 degrees from takeoff, that brought out some laughs for sure.

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