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For the latest info on Temporary Flight Restrictions in you area visit the FAA TFR Site here.

Park Pride

Atlanta RC Club is a Proud Sponsor of Intrenchment Creek Park via the Park Pride Organization. Atlanta RC Club sits on part of the 70+ acres of this Dekalb County Park.

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By paying your membership online you agree to abide by AMA rules and Atlanta RC Club Rules.

You must have a Full AMA Membership to fly at our field.
If you do not have one, or need to renew please visit the AMA site here.

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After July 1st you should contact us first for instructions on how to pay for a prorated membership if you are new to the club.

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Planes, Helicopters, Cars and More.

Visit Tower Hobbies EasyRC site for beginners information.

Next Club Meeting Date

Club meetings are held the First Sunday of each month at 2:00pm at the field unless otherwise noted here.

The next meeting will be held on Sunday, September 4th, 2016 @ 2 PM

Atlanta Radio Control Club

Have you been flying planes or helicopters for years? Have you been dreaming about building or flying for years, but didn't know how to get started? The Atlanta Radio Control Club is for you! We have one of the best flying fields anywhere in the Atlanta area, and we have a great bunch of people to fly with. Check out the links on the left to see just how convenient it is to fly with us.

The Atlanta Radio Control Club is a non-profit Radio-controlled model airplane and helicopter club, formed to foster and promote the sport and hobby of flying R/C models, and is chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA - Charter 223).

 
Westminster High Event A Success

On Thursday, 1/21/2016 Atlanta RC club hosted  the Westminster High School Physics class for personal flight instruction.  Although originally planned as a two day event, the 2nd day was cancelled due to inclement weather.  By all accounts the day was a great success with 20+ students able to successfully fly their high wing, nitro trainers multiple times.  A big thanks to Akwetee Watkins an Atlanta RC Club member and teacher of the Westminster class for organizing this event.  Thanks also go out to club members Rommel, Dean, David, Shawn and Melvin for helping with the instruction.  

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