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2 Bayouland R/C Club Rules ONLY club members are eligible to fly at Bayouland flying field R-1

3 Bayouland R/C Club Rules Club & AMA dues must be current to maintain membership & fly at the BLRC field AMA card is colored coded orange All AMA rules apply R-1 Member AMA #

4 Bayouland R/C Club Rules All visiting Pilots must have a current AMA card to fly at BLRC field Club members are responsible for their guest to comply with all BLRC & AMA rules R-2

5 Only the club flight instructor is allowed to fly a non-soloed club member. All non-soloed Pilots must be cleared by instructor to fly solo Only an appointed club flight instructor is allowed to fly non- AMA guest Bayouland R/C Club Rules R-3, 4

6 Guests are allowed to fly on the buddy box for two sessions. A decision must be made to either join the AMA and club or not join. Bayouland R/C Club Rules R-4

7 Bayouland R/C Club Rules 7.2 MHz Pilots must secure a frequency clip BEFORE turning on their radio regardless the number of flyers Failure to do so makes you responsible for all damages that occur $$$$$$$ R-5 Pins not required for 2.4 GHz Pilots

8 Bayouland R/C Club Rules New or repaired aircraft must be inspected for airworthiness by an experienced club member prior to flight R-6

9 Bayouland R/C Club Rules No cell phones are to be used while on flight line or in pit area R-7

10 Taxing in the pit area is not allowed Bayouland R/C Club Rules R-8

11 All aircraft must be carried to the flight line Bayouland R/C Club Rules R-8

12 Bayouland R/C Club Rules No more than 4 aircrafts airborne at any time When 3 or 4 aircrafts are airborne, Pilots must fly in a consistent pattern as indicated by the wind direction. R-9, 10

13 Bayouland R/C Club Rules Low passes over the flying field or 3D flying shall be a minimum of 25 feet from the flight line R-11

14 Bayouland R/C Club Rules Prior to take off, Pilots are to notify all airborne Pilots of their intention to taxi out on the runway and take off R-12

15 Bayouland R/C Club Rules Prior to landing, Pilots are to notify all personnel in the flying area of the intention to land or touch and go. R-13

16 Bayouland R/C Club Rules Flying over the pit area is not allowed. (Should the Pilot be unable to avoid this situation, the Pilot should notify everyone by saying aloud Heads-up R-14

17 Bayouland R/C Club Rules All club members are responsible for flying field maintenance and to see that no litter is left at the field R-15

18 Each member is encouraged to remind other members in a friendly way of any violations (Club/AMA Rules) Pilots should respect the friendly reminder of the violation Repeated intentional violations of the club rules will subject a member to a review by the club officers. (There will be a formal warning from the officers and if further violations are found, the member will lose their membership privileges of the flying field and dues. Bayouland R/C Club Rules R-16, 17

19 AMA Basic Codes Academy of Model Aeronautics National Model Aircraft Safety Code Effective January 1, 2011

20 Ensure the aircraft is identified with the name and address or AMA number of the owner on the inside or affixed to the outside of the model aircraft. AMA Basic Codes Club Member AMA Number Address Phone Number

21 DO NOT operate model aircraft while under the influence of alcohol or while using any drug which could adversely affect the Pilots ability to safely control the model. AMA Basic Codes BLRC Flying Field

22 Best Practices

23 Perform a range check on the crafts first flight of the day to ensure it properly responds to your radio commands

24 Best Practices Ensure your plane is secured when its running/revving up to maintain control, for your safety and the safety others

25 Best Practices Use a spotter when 2 or more planes are flying at once

26 Best Practices Pilots remain behind the Pilot station at all times while flying

27 Best Practices Respect other Pilots and keep the runway clear when a Pilot broadcast Dead Stick, this will allow the Pilot to land the aircraft safe as possible.

28 Pilots should take off heading away from the Pilot station Best Practices

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