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The UK Freestyle Masters

Just back after clearing a mountain of cans, bottles and other stuff from an amazing weekend for Langar. Talk about partying hard and flying hard… I was simply an observer and I’m knackered. Lovely people and very professional attitude from all concerned. So proud of our (shared) juniors who flew so well and took the banter thrown at them so well. Sorry to poor old (young) Luke Oliver for picking him out of the hat for first flight. That must have been daunting. A quick thanks to sponsors here, I will write about those in more detail later, but for now, thank you to : Nexus Models Nexus Bob, Global RC Paul Clarke, AZ Aerosports Azza Stephens, Michael Donnelly MWM Warbirds, Propguy Jeti UK Bernie Jones and just hope I’m not missing someone.

  

 Pictures from this years Science in the Park have been added to the page. Click the link above.

 Dates for this years main fly ins are 26-28 May (Spring Bank Holiday) 4-5 August and 3-4 November (Fireworks event)

The IAT and the Royal Aeronautical Society
 warmly invites you to attend:
Up the Nile by Vickers Vimy, and Other Stories
Mick Oakey presents highlights from 35yrs as aviation-history magazine journalist, editor and publisher
Thursday 26th April
5:30pm refreshments for a 6pm start (approximately 7pm finish)
 
Guest speaker:
 Mick Oakey, Managing Editor, The Aviation Historian
 
The son of an RAF wing commander pilot and an American Overseas Airways stewardess, Mick has been involved in aviation since early childhood in the 1960s.
 
After a year as a Ministry of Defence Student Engineer at RAE Farnborough and Bedford in 1979–80, he went to Imperial College, London, to study aero-engineering; but his passion for the history and romance of aeronautics led him to change direction and become a junior curator at the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon. Two years later he joined Aeroplane, and in 1998 he became Editor, a post he held until he retired in 2010, after 28 years on the magazine. In 2012 he and three partners launched The Aviation Historian, a new independent quarterly, of which he is Managing Editor.
 
He is a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Historical Group Committee, and in 2011 he received the Air League’s prestigious Scott-Farnie Medal from HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in recognition of his work onAeroplane. On the odd occasions when he is not absorbed in aviation history, he is absorbed in Egyptology and ancient technology, and carves stone replicas of Ancient Egyptian tomb and temple scenes.
 
Date: Thursday 26th April 2018
Time: 5:30pm refreshments for a 6pm start (approximately 7pm finish)
Location: Coates Road Auditorium, University Park, NG7 2TQ
Register for FREE tickets: https://upthenile.eventbrite.co.uk
 

 The huge Gee Bee of Glenn Masters being prepared. Not flying yet as it has to be scrutinised under the LMA scheme.

 

PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE THAT NO HELICOPTERS, QUADCOPTERS OR FPV MODELS OR FREE FLIGHT MODELS ARE ALLOWED AT LANGAR.

LANGARMAC IS FIXED WING ONLY. Gas turbine, electric, glow and petrol are all used at Langar.

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Glenns Harvard on a fast, low pass

 

Freddies Spitfire pics are on the Gallery page now

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Ted Cookes latest, an electric Super Constellation.

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Warrens new Katana

Glenns new Gee Bee

400cc radial engine!

 

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Bobs  Gee Bee representing the mount of Francisco Sarabia, who broke the Mexico City-New York record and crashed on the return journey into the Potomac and died.

 

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Glenn with a test flight of his Sbach

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Andy’s Islander

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If you wish to contact us, please do this using the email addresses on the contacts page. This is the quickest method, as this page is not monitored all the time.
 

 

 Training-

David Page, CFI at Langar has asked me to pass this message:

I will be available all day and evening on tuesday’s, weather permitting, for training, please contact me (in the first instance) via the email address on the contact page. Other instructors can be available on other days by arrangement.
David Page
Training Officer.

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paul
 

ki 84

No, its not a Zero. Its a Ki-84, fastest Japanese fighter of WW2

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A new First Aid Kit is in the toilet building, this one is mostly for eye injuries or burns.

Two older ones are in the pegboard, suitable for cuts etc.

A new foghorn is also in the pegboard for warning of incoming full size.

Please check that the gate is locked every time you go through it!

 

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