Flight Zones

The flight zones presented below are proposed by Jim Brannigan, Chris Luppens and Jerry Kirwan. Please provide feedback to Jim.

No Fly Zones

NoFlyZones

No fly zones are highlighted in red (above).
Use common sense when multiple helis are in the air.
Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.


Hover Zone 1

hoverzone1

Hover Zone 1 (Pilot Station 1 in star) highlighted in blue (above) is available for hover only practice.
Apply common sense on the use of this station, depending on other flight activity.
Pilot launches heli from edge of runway then walks carefully to end of runway for flight.
Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.


Flight Zone 2

flightzone2

Flight Zone 2 is highlighted in blue (above) is available for general flying and is preferred for flying “big”. Two flight stations (a and b) are available if Hover Zone 1 is not in use and with common sense agreement between the pilots. Pilot 2 yields to Pilot 1. Pilot(s) 2 launch helis at the far edge of the runway, then walk to the far edge carefully for flight.
Apply common sense on the use of this station, depending on other flight activity.
Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.


Flight Zone 3

flightzone3

Flight Zone 3 highlighted in yellow (above) is available for general flying. It is preferred that Pilot fly more to the west (towards left, above). Use common sense when other helis are in the air. Pilot launches the heli at the far edge of the runway, then walks carefully to the edge of the runway for flight.
Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.


Heli and Foamie Flight Zone 4

helifoamieflightzone4

Flight Zone 4 highlighted in blue (above) is available for heli or foamie flying. It is preferred that Pilot 4 fly more to the South (lower part of area, above). Use common sense when other aircraft are in the air. Pilot 4 launches from and stands behind helipad.
Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.


Heli Free Fly Areas

freefly

If you agree with other pilots to have more than one heli in the free fly areas, use a spotter. Use common sense when other helis are in the air! Consider waiting at your station for other pilots to finish flying.

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