HMAC’s November 2019 Flight Lines Newsletter is now online and ready to read under the “Newsletters” Tab of our web page http://www.hamiltonmac.org.nz/.
Don’t miss our November Club Night Meeting which is scheduled for Wednesday 13th November at the Beerescourt Bowling Club Club Rooms, 68A Maeroa Road (behind the tennis pavilion). 7.30pm – 10pm
Club Night: HMAC’s up coming Club Night meeting Subject is “Hands on Paper Plane Building & Flying…followed by a competition for them of course! “
You probably won’t need to bring anything as the paper and designs will be provided. However, if you have a pair of scissors, maybe some tape and anything else you think might help you win, then feel free to bring that along with you as well, note that cheating is fully supported.
Happy Reading and see you at the Club Night meeting
HMAC Annual Subscriptions are now DUE for payment and must be made before 1st April 2019 if you wish to continue flying.
Please see the “JOIN” Tab above for current fee’s and appropriate membership types.
Can anyone help Lance??
Lance is looking for a con rod for a ED 1.46 Hornet Vintage Diesel engine
He’s also looking for a conrod for a DC Spitfire
Does anyone know someone with parts or even someone who wants to sell a complete engine?
Lance would be very interested to hear from you
You can email him on email@example.com
Report update: 14 August 2017
Thanks to all those that managed to make the “short notice” HMAC Working Bee at the Club Flying field on Sunday. The worst of the holes in the runway caused by stock damage were filled and some grass seed sown. The runway has been rolled and hopefully it will get rolled again soon. So the field is now usable again for most Aircraft, although something with bigger wheels would be a wise option. Remember, we are still accessing the field via the neighboring farm track, so please exercise due care.
Report dated: 25 June 2017
Unfortunately, due to farm stock gaining access onto the Clubs Flying Field Runway over night this weekend, there has been considerable damage to the Runway Surface.
The field would currently be classed as un-flyable to any Aircraft requiring a smooth takeoff or landing surface.
You are still welcome to fly anything you consider appropriate, eg Glider, electric or hand launch models and possibly very light fun fly models. (Just something without wheels!)
We intend to have the field rolled and worked on as soon as possible, but this will be totally weather dependent. We will likely be calling on members help with a working Bee at some point as well. Look back here for future updates