About FFC

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The Findlay Flying Circuits was founded in 1973 by a group of like-minded model aviation enthusiasts with the goal of promoting radio control aircraft modeling in Hancock County and, through the AMA, advancing model aviation in all forms in the United States. FFC members all share in the fellowship and enjoyment that model aviation brings to the group.

Our flying site is approximately three acres and is located on county road 18 north of Findlay, Ohio. Our field is used for special events, training and just plain flying.

The club has a members ranging in age from 8 to 83. Membership renews annually and dues are used mostly for field maintenance. Members are also required to be enrolled in the Academy of model Aeronautics (AMA).

As a club we believe in the hobby of R/C flying and wish to promote and provide safe training for anyone interested in learning to fly radio controlled aircraft. We have skilled, certified trainers that can offer in depth knowledge of the sport, assist with buddy box- training as well as guidance on building or equipment purchase.

FFC meetings are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of every month, but may vary depending on our event schedule. These meetings are open to the public and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about model aviation and the people of FFC to join us.

Send an email to info@findlayflyingcircuits.com for the date and location of the next scheduled meeting.