Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
© 2017 Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
Welcome to Glenluce and Galloway Flyers website. We are glad you have visited our site and hope that you find it informative and interesting.

Glenluce and

Galloway Flyers site

Video taken on October 2015 by Nigel with Go Discovery Aircraft, Go Pro Hero 3 Black Camera
Glenluce and Galloway Flyers' consists of a group of local people who are interested in flying radio controlled model aircraft. We are affiliated to the BMFA (British Model Flying Association) and the club has a BMFA Examiner who can help you gain BMFA  A & B fixed wing flying certificates. The club is open to anyone who is interested in radio controlled model flying to make application to join. Our constitution is inclusive and is available to view    here on our website. The club has excellent facilities and can accommodate the needs of all flyers from raw beginners to experienced experts.   Our long grass runway is suitable for large scale models and sport jets as well as a wide range of different sport and scale models. The North / South runway has clear landing approaches from both north and south and a wide open flying area over the moor to the east. The main interests of our club include large scale aerobatics and 3D flying, jets, electric models, scale models including warbirds, sports models and trainers. So you can see, we cater for everyone! If you are new to model flying or are looking for a new club with friendly experienced help on hand, then why not come over for a look? You will be made welcome and hopefully will have a lot of fun.  The flying site has been created by the members, on farmland near Glenluce, twelve miles east of Stranraer, renowned for its mild microclimate. The club is constantly improving the site for flying the full range of aeromodels. During the winter 07/08, a second east/west runway was created, so that flying is not dependant on wind direction. In 2010 we added a new extension . Now it is grassed over and we mow it regularly. Weather permitting, we fly our models on Saturdays after lunch and on Wednesday evenings in the summer. Wednesday evening, is the main training time at the club, starting at 6.30. The more experienced members help train beginners to fly their models. The club also helps members to develop the skills to gain their BMFA A and B flyers certificates.
Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
© 2017 Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
Welcome to Glenluce and Galloway Flyers website. We are glad you have visited our site and hope that you find it informative and interesting.

Glenluce and Galloway Flyers site

Video taken on October 2015 by Nigel with Go Discovery Aircraft, Go Pro Hero 3 Black Camera
Glenluce and Galloway Flyers' consists of a group of local people who are interested in flying radio controlled model aircraft. We are affiliated to the BMFA (British Model Flying Association) and the club has a BMFA Examiner who can help you gain BMFA  A & B fixed wing flying certificates. The club is open to anyone who is interested in radio controlled model flying to make application to join. Our constitution is inclusive and is available to view    here on our website.
The club has excellent facilities and can accommodate the needs of all flyers from raw beginners to experienced experts.   Our long grass runway is suitable for large scale models and sport jets as well as a wide range of different sport and scale models. The North / South runway has clear landing approaches from both north and south and a wide open flying area over the moor to the east. The main interests of our club include large scale aerobatics and 3D flying, jets, electric models, scale models including warbirds, sports models and trainers. So you can see, we cater for everyone! If you are new to model flying or are looking for a new club with friendly experienced help on hand, then why not come over for a look? You will be made welcome and hopefully will have a lot of fun.  The flying site has been created by the members, on farmland near Glenluce, twelve miles east of Stranraer, renowned for its mild microclimate. The club is constantly improving the site for flying the full range of aeromodels. During the winter 07/08, a second east/west runway was created, so that flying is not dependant on wind direction. In 2010 we added a new extension . Now it is grassed over and we mow it regularly. Weather permitting, we fly our models on Saturdays after lunch and on Wednesday evenings in the summer. Wednesday evening, is the main training time at the club, starting at 6.30. The more experienced members help train beginners to fly their models. The club also helps members to develop the skills to gain their BMFA A and B flyers certificates.
Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
© 2017 Glenluce and Galloway Flyers
Welcome to Glenluce and Galloway Flyers website. We are glad you have visited our site and hope that you find it informative and interesting.

Glenluce and Galloway Flyers site

Video taken on October 2015 by Nigel with Go Discovery Aircraft, Go Pro Hero 3 Black Camera
Glenluce and Galloway Flyers' consists of a group of local people who are interested in flying radio controlled model aircraft. We are affiliated to the BMFA (British Model Flying Association) and the club has a BMFA Examiner who can help you gain BMFA  A & B fixed wing flying certificates. The club is open to anyone who is interested in radio controlled model flying to make application to join. Our constitution is inclusive and is available to view    here on our website. The club has excellent facilities and can accommodate the needs of all flyers from raw beginners to experienced experts.   Our long grass runway is suitable for large scale models and sport jets as well as a wide range of different sport and scale models. The North / South runway has clear landing approaches from both north and south and a wide open flying area over the moor to the east. The main interests of our club include large scale aerobatics and 3D flying, jets, electric models, scale models including warbirds, sports models and trainers. So you can see, we cater for everyone! If you are new to model flying or are looking for a new club with friendly experienced help on hand, then why not come over for a look? You will be made welcome and hopefully will have a lot of fun.  The flying site has been created by the members, on farmland near Glenluce, twelve miles east of Stranraer, renowned for its mild microclimate. The club is constantly improving the site for flying the full range of aeromodels. During the winter 07/08, a second east/west runway was created, so that flying is not dependant on wind direction. In 2010 we added a new extension . Now it is grassed over and we mow it regularly. Weather permitting, we fly our models on Saturdays after lunch and on Wednesday evenings in the summer. Wednesday evening, is the main training time at the club, starting at 6.30. The more experienced members help train beginners to fly their models. The club also helps members to develop the skills to gain their BMFA A and B flyers certificates.