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MONTHLY MAIDENS
Phil has maidened this superb Flightline 1600mm
span foam spitfire MkIX. It flew as well as it looks.
After some initial trimming he was very soon
performing advanced combat aerobatics over the
field.
Chris C has now maidened his VQ
Hurricane gasser. Looks, and sounds
fantastic, and a great flyer.
Although the retracts were slightly
reluctant to co-operate on the first
flight!
Bob has now replaced his Stick 4d with a brand new
Seagull Challenger 40. 1350mm span, powered by
his OS46. A proven good flyer, it is the third at
CCMAC. After a bit of minor trimming Bob looks
forward to matching it with the other two!
Paul S has added to his fast growing Dawn Patrol
squadron with this Fokker D VII biplane. Superbly
built from scratch. 1700mm span, powered by OS
91 pumped four stroke.
It joins his Sopwith Pup, and SE5.
Paul L has maidened this very neat low winger
1500mm span powered by the OS46 salvaged from
the wreckage of his much love Calamatto.  The new
plane was built for him by Paul
S out of sympathy for
the loss. Loosely based on a 5 Star 4S, It immediately
proved to be a top performer, so now everyone wants
Lee is extremely happy with the maiden of his new
wicked beast.
A 2000mm span Black Horse Edge 540 V3 powered
by Saito 220 nitro. It performs every bit as well as it
looks!
David B has a new Wolf Models Extra, 2000mm
span, with DLE35 gasser. Only a few seconds
after his maiden take off he was right into flying it
in his normal manner. Loops, rolls, prop-hangs.
Very impressive!
No it's not a Beaver! But Gunter felt right at home
with the maiden of his VQ Dornier 27, 1600mm
span with ASP 61 four stroke engine.
Mike's latest maiden is his pre-loved refurbished
Seagull PC9. He repaired the damaged nose,
and converted it from nitro to electric with
Turnigy 5055 on 5s. It performed extremely well
with only minimal trimming.
Gunter has got back into quads with
his new "Bugsy".  He plans to practise
regularly in order to achieve his
multirotor "Wings" as soon as possible.

IT WENT THAT WAY!
The "mad professor" Gary, demonstrates his
latest device, a terrifying medieval launching
device for flying wings. Powered my miles of
elastic, he was as surprised as anybody
when it actually worked!
A TUNDRA STORM!
Tundras seem to be one of the current "in" planes at the
Club. An excellent light foam trainer for beginners, that can
also be flown in an extremely aerobatic manner even in
strong winds.
Here are Des, Kurt, and Derek's 1300mm span versions,
along with Mark's imposing 1700mm Grand Tundra.
Gary seemed to be embarrassed maidening yet another new
plane!
This time a very high performance Sonic F1 racing wing.
It was RAPID first time up on 3s. But just wait to see the next flight
when it
will be souped up with 4s, and a racing prop!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!  
Mal and Mike have a huge new "nightflyer"!
Bailey won the Christmas jackpot with this superb
new Black Horse Spitfire, to be powered by G60 on
6s!
Mal is joining the club Tundra squadron with
his new plane brought by Santa!
Paul S  has diversified into cars and boats
with a new 1/18th truck racer for the Club
series. And he is currently finishing off a
lovely classic style ply electric power cabin
cruiser.
Seen over Christmas
Bob has traded his much loved Radian, for a new EFlite
Conscendo glider.
Following an initial binding problem he is delighted with its
soaring performance.
Tony is challenging the Club's wing flyers with his new Sonic
wing. Very fast but great fun was his verdict!
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Phil and Derek have
added to the fast
growing wing squadron
with Sonic F1, and
S800 Reptile
respectively. Both
maidened the same
day. Both were a bit
tricky to launch until
trimmed, and both were
very fast once flying!
Thursday January 3rd the first club flying day of 2019 brought a fine day and a large turnout
of pilots extremely keen to get back into the air after Christmas commitments!
Mal's Bush Mule, and Derek's Stick had a mid air collision.
The Bush Mule plunged into the trees but was recovered with
minor damage apart from a broken propellor, of which one
blade had pierced the cockpit . Poor pilot!
The Stick landed safely minus one aileron!
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