Here is a list of flight lines and aircraft guidelines. We have tried to include as many aircraft styles as possible, but we are not able to include everything.
Main (Classic) Flight Line
- Daily Briefings at 9 am
- For Giant Scale models. Fly in a racetrack pattern.
- 80″ mono-wing, 60 biplane or 1/4 scale
- 6 pilot stations
- Daily safety briefings will be held starting on Sunday at 11 am in the lower gazebo*
- Pilots must attend one of these briefings to receive a separate wrist band to fly on the 3-D line
- Special Emphasis Areas:
- No High Energy maneuvers towards the crowd
- Maneuvers towards the crowd must be at an altitude at or above the gazebo
- All high energy maneuvers stop at 10 pm.
- Fail Safes set to Low Speed. (Triple Tree can provide assistance with setting your fail safe)
- 1 Pilot and 1 Spotter per flight station
- All photography must be coordinated with the Flight Line Boss
*If someone comes between the briefings (for example they arrive at 1 pm on Tuesday) they can fly and are suggested to attend the following days briefing.
Triple Tree isn’t going to stop anyone from flying (unless they are unsafe). We are just asking you to be aware that there are two opportunities a day to attend the safety briefing. We would really appreciate it if you would help to further establish our culture of safety for OUR event.
For Giant Scale models. Fly full out 3D.
- All FPV Frequencies must be check out at this line.
- FPV may only be flown in this area. NO camera drones on other flight lines.
- Float planes of all types. (boats are also allowed off to the side)
- Any size aircraft. Fly over lake and not over the campers.
- 5 pilot stations
Electric Park Flyer
- Electric Park flyer and slow flyer style planes. 3D flying must at electric 3D pilot stations on the south end.
- Wing span Less than 80″
- 5 pilot stations
- All heli’s Flown at the Far North Field
- No size restriction.
- 7 pilot stations
All control line flying.