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Old 02-01-2011, 07:17 AM   #1
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Default Indoor flying sites in Massachusetts or southern NH?

I'm looking for indoor RC flying sites in Massachusetts or southern New Hampshire. Anyone know of any?
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Old 03-03-2013, 09:19 PM   #2
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I hear there's one in Nashua nh, never been but I think that's more of a heli place.
i'm looking for people in the area to fly/talk with not finding many though

if you are interested or know people in the area I would love to chat.. I live on the boarder of NH/MA

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Old 03-03-2013, 09:32 PM   #3
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There is this one in Auburn MA don't know what town or state you are in, but it might help you out.
Just post in this thread coreman who started it will let you know anything you want about the place.
http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68336
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Old 09-26-2013, 10:14 PM   #4
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anything indoor flying sites, between Portsmouth, NH to Boston,Ma

I know the mirconauts fly out of Cambridge, MA good people only been there to watch a couple of times and on there email list.
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Old 09-26-2013, 10:19 PM   #5
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We've been flying in the Haverhill area for a few years now. Usually it's just an empty warehouse, but it's free.
Currently we are using a smaller warehouse so the planes have been restricted in size to under 2 ounces to reduce collisions.
We'll be starting again at the end of October, Pm me if you want info.
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Old 09-26-2013, 10:44 PM   #6
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sounds good pd1, I will send you a pm....

I would like to come to watch and/or fly. Right now just fly the Ember 2 which not sure of the weight.

and I live to the north of Haverhill in Newton, NH
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Old 09-28-2013, 03:56 PM   #7
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I second that, does anyone fly helis there in Haverhill??
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Originally Posted by land2air View Post
I second that, does anyone fly helis there in Haverhill??
The very small helis rotors less then 2 foot are OK.
Since the building we now use is smaller than the original warehouse we had to stop the larger helis, there just isn't enough room to fly the Vapors and the Helis in the confined area, too many Vapors became confetti.
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Originally Posted by pd1 View Post
We've been flying in the Haverhill area for a few years now. Usually it's just an empty warehouse, but it's free.
Currently we are using a smaller warehouse so the planes have been restricted in size to under 2 ounces to reduce collisions.
We'll be starting again at the end of October, Pm me if you want info.
Greetings from Leominster, MA.

I came across this thread while searching the internet for a new indoor flying venue for this winter. Unfortunately I use to fly at the sports dome in Auburn MA. last year and the time slot and flying session are no longer available.

In post #5 you invited a member to PM you for more details on some flying in the Haverhill area, and I was hoping you could extend that same information to me.

I want to get the UMX AS3Xtra by E-flite when it's released later this month, which is replacing the UMX Extra 300. It's a lightweight model (AUW36g) that's primarily made to fly indoors and I no longer have such a place and am frantically searching for one.

I joined Wattflyers so I could send you this PM in hopes that you might be able to help me.

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Hi trumpy959, We're currently flying in a warehouse 50 feet wide by 180 feet long.
If you think that plane will fly in that small a place we will be happy to have you join the group.

One of the guys flies a Champ and only because he is so experienced, he gets away with it.
Another person had the Duet and that too was a bit tight, but more do able than the Champ.

Pm me for directions if you're still interested.

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Thanks Paul,

As soon as I'm able too I'll send along the PM request to you. The rules state as a new member to the forum my post count needs to reach five first. I'm not too worried because its going to be an Xmas present for me so I wont have it until late December anyway (unless I buy it sooner). I thought maybe sometime before then I could stop by and check out where you guys are flying. I do have two other indoor planes but I'm pretty sure they might be a little too large for that area.
-32" Leadfeather Yak55
-28" Superslo28

This UMX plane from E-flite seems to be the perfect indoor trainer and with AS3X technology on board it looks to be a real fun flyer. Have a look at the E-flight UMX AS3Xtra and scroll down to check out the flight video and see what you think

Thanks
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trumpy 959, PM answered.
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I've been looking for the Cambridge indoor flyers! Would somebody kindly PM me a contact?
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