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Ramsey Model Aero Club is a friendly club and welcomes everyone, whether beginners or experienced flyers.

Our 7 acre site is open from dawn to dusk 365 days a year. There is ample parking and a club house. We fly all disciplines of Radio Controlled flight and also allow control line models but NO free flight models are allowed. We offer training at all levels and disciplines. Our club is affiliated with the British Model Flying Association, is very active and has social BBQ’s and competitions. It is very rare not to find someone flying every day. 

If you are not a member of Ramsey Model Aero Club and wish to apply for membership, please email membership@ramseymac.com and ask for a membership application form.


DateTimesEvent / Location
15 February19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
21 March19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
6 April10:00 - 12:00Spring clean-up and BBQ
12 May11:00 - 16:00Achievement Scheme Test and Training Day. Details here .
16 May 19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
9 June10:00 - 16:00Open Day
Commemorating the 80th Anniversary of D-Day. Details here.
16 June08:00 - 18:00Scale Competition
27 June 19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
1 August 19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
12 September19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
September TBC10:00 - 12:00Autumn clean-up and BBQ
24 October19:00 - 21:00Committee Meeting
5 December 19:00 - 21:00 AGM


It is a club requirement that all pilots hold the BMFA “A” certificate as a minimum in order to fly unsupervised at Warboys airfield.

Training is available by arrangement and students will be mentored by one or at most two instructors.

This will be on any mutually convenient day or time, by arrangement between the student and mentor.

In the first instance students are requested to contact the training officer via the website.

Holders of the “A” certificate who wish to progress and work toward attaining their “B” certificate may also seek mentoring and should contact the training officer in the first instance.

Contact: training@ramseymac.com

General Guidance at the Field

General Guidance when on the field

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones are not permitted outside the car park. The exception to this is anyone flying on their own in the case of an emergency.

Pilots Flight Box

The Pilots Box marked on the field is 5 meters from the semi-circular long grass patch, it is 10 meters by 5 meters. It designates where Pilots and anyone else involved should stand or immediately make for after placing down, launching, towing or any other activity involving a presence on the air field. 

Pilots or their helpers may exit the Pilots Box for model retrieval purposes.

The Pilots Box is strictly for Pilots and Helpers/Spotters. Models are not permitted in or behind the Pilots Box. No models should be within 5m of the Pilots Box.

There should be no Spectators in the Pilots Box.

No fly zone / Model Restriction Zone

Public Safety and Awareness

A public right of way exists on the northern and western boundaries of the flying site. Notices advising the public of RMAC operations are located at both ends of the western perimeter. Walkers may be able to attract the attention of pilots for clearance to proceed but do not rely on this. Anyone who sees walkers should alert the pilots who are flying by the call ‘walkers’. Models should be flown at a good height and ideally in a different part of the site well clear (RMAC suggest at least 50m) of the walkers as they transit the boundary.
The orange lines indicate where members of the public may be spotted. Essentially all around the field. Hence the requirement to be very vigilant at all times.

Battery Charging Stations

There are two solar powered battery charging stations at the club hut available to members. Please follow these rules:

  • Maximum of one charger per panel and one battery per charger.
  • Each panel is rated at 10 amps at a nominal 12v, on a sunny day it may be greater and we would we recommend that you do not exceed 9 amps. These are the absolute maximum output currents for each battery type to stay within the maximum input current of 9 amps but it is recommended that you do not charge your battery above 1C.  
Battery Type Output Current Max Estimated Input Current
3S or below 9A 9A
4S 6.4A 9A
5S 5A 9A
6S 4.3A


  • Fair use policy so if someone is waiting then please remove your charger after charging your battery.