Chattanooga Radio Control Club
Whether you’re interested in a Saturday afternoon of watching some of the premier pilots in the country “do their thing”, a novice looking for advice and help before making that maiden flight, or an accomplished pilot looking for a new club to join, we look forward to seeing you. Any given weekend can have turbine powered jets, Giant Scale aerobatic planes, small electric planes, beginners with their first trainers, and gliders all sharing airspace around our facility.
We have one of the most premium flying sites in the Southeast. Our 50′ x 600′ asphalt runway offers plenty of landing strip for jets and large planes. The adjacent 50′ x 600′ grass runway offers a more forgiving surface and combined they offer a 100′ wide landing surface (great for beginners). Our 100′ covered pavilion and picnic tables offer a great place for socializing and talking about the latest in RC while the available 110 AC outlets offer a place to plug in your battery charger. Our treeless hilltop location gives the pilot virtually unhampered airspace and allows glider pilots the opportunity for slope soaring regardless of wind direction.
Alas though, even Eden needed a gate and local regulations (City of Chattanooga) require that ours remain locked at all times. This makes it difficult for people to access our field. To gain access please email email@example.com to arrange a visit.
We look forward to seeing you real soon!
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Frequently asked questions
Who is CRCC?
The Chattanooga Radio Control Club is dedicated to the perpetuation and enjoyment of model aviation in all its forms. Our primary responsibilities are the maintenance and safe operation of our flying site at Summit Field, the cultivation of flying and modeling skills by our membership, and promotion of our sport within the community through public events and educational outreach.
Who can join?
Membership in the CRCC is open to everyone. The only membership prerequisite is enrollment in the Academy of Model Aeronautics. Applicants must provide proof of AMA membership.
What equipment should I buy?
A visit to our field and discussion with members will help you decide what equipment is right for you. Also, many YouTube videos and other information is available on the internet.
How do I get started?
Prospective members should establish e-mail contact with the club president Jim Bieda at firstname.lastname@example.org or (see “How to Join”) Upon verification of AMA membership and receipt of first year dues, we will schedule your check flight or training program.
80+ Members Strong
Having one of the largest memberships in the Chattanooga area gives you more resources.
Our 50′ x 600′ asphalt runway offers plenty of landing strip for jets and large planes.
Our 100′ covered pavilion offers 110 AC outlets to plug in your battery charger.
Our 50′ x 600′ grass runway offers a more forgiving surface great for beginners and taildragger aircraft.