*See bottom of this page under "Advocacy" for useful information on changing rules and regulations for sUAS.
**Transition to "Winter Ops" at the end of October at the Dragway field users- check the "Field Operations" for details. If in doubt please contact an officer. Thanks
Welcome to the Fremont Flyers Radio Control Club website. Our club has a long history in the region as a fun, laid back, diverse group enjoying two great flying facilities flying all types of Radio Controlled models. Our motto is "Have Fun" and we strive to maintain a "drama free zone" encouraging open communication! Interests and activities include Airplane- Micro to Giant Scale, Jet- Turbine and EDF, Helicopter and Glider flying. Power systems: Electric, Glow, Gas, Turbine. Flying disciplines: Sport, Scale, Precision, IMAC, 3D, XA (Extreme Aerobatics). We are an AMA Intro Pilot club and have several instructors available in different disciplines. The Fremont Flyers are actively involved in area annual events including: The Plum Island Airport Open Fly Ins/ Fun Flys, Plum Island, MA, NE Jets Plum Island Jet Rally, Plum Island, MA, Plum Island IMAC, Plum Island, MA and the Southern NH Flying Eagles Fall Float Fly and Frozen Fingers Fun Fly. We have a close relationship with Plum Island Airport RC Flyers, Plum Island, MA as well as other area AMA clubs. Fremont Flyers are proud to be actively involved with local communities and area schools providing after school enrichment and STEM programming. We are always looking for additional flying and event opportunities. Please check out the calendar and Facebook page for events and the links above for many resources about the RC hobby. For our non member guests we offer a "Public Resources" link under "Home/ Resources" above to get you started. If you have any questions please contact us. See "Our Club/ Contacts" menu above.
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This area reserved for state and federal government activity pertinent to model aviation.
There has been great progress over the past few years stopping and amending legislation that has been over reaching, poorly written with need of input from all stakeholders. Fortunately the advocacy exhibited by AMA Government Affairs and members has proven successful as the world adapts to advances in technology that share the National Airspace System. Stories continue to surface in the news of people behaving badly with drones and this unfortunately is the world we live in. Educating operators and law makers while advocating for the hobby are our best methods to defend our wonderful hobby.
NH HB 97- Has been amended due to the work of local members attending the public hearing in January and communicating with representatives. Language has been amended to better serve the needs of all stakeholders. This bill will shortly enter the Senate process. AMA Government Affairs and our "watchdogs" are keeping an eye on the legislation to make sure it doesn't harm responsible operations of sUAS. We will communicate if we need to launch an advocacy campaign specific to this bill.
District 1 VP Andy Argenio has been working tirelessly keeping informed and addressing our newest threat- Municipalities attempting to overstep federal law. The predominant cause for most of the legislation is privacy. The language being used however, is often contrary to the needs of Aeromodeling.
Please use the following hyperlinks to stay informed and advocate for your hobby. Thank you.
Daren Hudson, President Fremont Flyers, AMA District 1 Associate VP
AMA Government Affairs Blog
AMA Government Relations- UAS registration, Part 107 (commercial), AMA Safety Code, Know before you fly
AMA District 1 Website see top menu "Gov" link Legiscan is a useful tool
FAA parts 336 and 101 for recreational sUAS operators
FAA letter July 2016 Interpretation of 400 foot recommendation and 336