Welcome to the home of the
Sequim RC Aeronauts

July 17, 2020


Flying is open at the Sequim Valley Airport! Take a look at this letter of agreement (LOA) with the airport for the rules to operate under.  Remember that there will only be one set up table at the airport, so if you need one bring your own. Also the number of vehicles at the runway is limited to 10 with overflow in the regular airport parking lot. We appreciate the opportunity to fly at the airport, so please be respectful of the area and haul away your own trash. For gas engine flyers note that a catch cup for the overflow is required.


Meeting Dates

The club normally meets every third Tuesday of the month at 6:45 PM at the Mariner Cafe, 609 W. Washington St in Sequim. Anyone interested in the club is welcome to attend any meeting.
Next meeting date is to be determined.
Next meeting date is tomorrow, TBD due to state shutdown.

All meetings are cancelled until further notice due to the orders of the State of Washington prohibiting private gatherings.

Radio controlled flight is fun!
Radio controlled flight is fun!

A pilot brings his plane in for a smooth landing.

The Sequim RC Aeronauts is chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) as Club No. 1766. The club promotes the sport of radio controlled aircraft modeling, provides instruction in radio controlled aircraft piloting and actively contributes to the community through support of charitable organizations.

Membership requires the member to obtain or have a current AMA card (available on-line at www.modelaircraft.org) and to pass a check flight with a club officer or instructor before solo flying at the field.

Please visit us at the meetings or at the field to learn more about the club.

Large or small, you can find an aircraft to fit your style.

Flying radio controlled aircraft is fun. It doesn't matter what you fly - fixed wing, heli, multi-rotor, gliders, whatever. All types of aircraft and flying are allowed at our field.
The sport of radio controlled flying can be challenging, but in a good way. It will help you learn about aerodynamics, engineering concepts and the basic principles of flight.
For Everyone
Age doesn't matter in r/c. From 6 year olds to 90+ year olds, club members all share the same love of flying. It is a great family hobby. Instructors are available to help you get started.