This page contains links to other related free flight sites, both in the U.K and over seas. These are sites are in the main those that have a related interest to the Free Flight Supplies site. If you would like to link your site to the Free Flight Supplies page then please Contact Me with your details. Also, please feel free to link Free Flight Supplies to your site.
Using these links may help speed the answer to some of the questions that you wish to pose. Just click on the name of the page that interests you. Occasionally these links get broken when the host moves address, if this happens let me know.
Also out of curiosity (and for planning purposes!?) if you stumble across the Free Flight Supplies site via a link I would be interested to know the route that you took. I look forward to your advice.
Thank you Stuart and the rest of the kids from their youth center for sending us this link.
Al's site gives lots of data about the models and plans that are available through his site or from Free Flight Supplies. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies selection of Al's items to the A.A.Lidberg site.
The page of the British Model Flying Association (BMFA). Keep up to date with the actives of your national body through this link.
Details about free flight activities in the UK. Keep up to date with the UK free flight scene and have your say. A full results service for BMFA UK events is now included.
This site is run by Model Jet Planes in the US and gives up to date information on Jetex activities in the US and further airfield. A Mailing list is also available. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies selection of Jetex items to the site.
The Rapier motors produced by Jan Zigmund of the Czech Republic have become a popular replacement for the Jetex engine. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies Rapier items to the Rapier site.
Sanding tools that last forever. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies selection of Permagrit items to the Permagrit site.
The Peterborough club are a very active club and have now put together their own web site. Take a look.
This is the major US site for electric flight. There is plenty of useful crossover of technology between free flight and electric flight.
Maarten van Dijk is now producing a range a of pultruded carbon fibre products. Free Flight Supplies is now handling these products. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies Hi-Tech page to Maarten's site where all the technical details are available.
The premier mailing list for the FAI flyer.
The GizmoGeezer site contains full details and explanations of all the Geezer's products. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies selection of the Geezer's products to the GizmoGeezer site.
Mike Parker has put up a site for the above organisations. There is a notice board where you can post your views. The site also gives valuable information about what is happening at Middle Wallop.
The vintage flyers site. Keep in touch what is happening in all aspects of vintage flting in the uk.
A good stock of early English language magazines and books from around the world, are always available. Stock changes all the the time, but an e-mailed list of wants will obtain a reply with the current availability - or otherwise - of anything dated between 1920's and today!
Tired and bored in the UK with this side of the pond? Then take a look at what is happening in the USA. The NFFS site opens the window to free flight in the USA.
MSP PLANS Recreated and Drawn By Martyn Pressnell
Free flight supplies now include this fine collection of drawings by Martyn Pressnell to its range of products and services. In Martyn's own words. "MSP PLANS presents a collection of model aircraft designs from the vintage and classic eras, selected for their unique or unusual origins. They have been produced from original sources, photographs or sketches, recreating one or two models not previously published as plans. This has been done purely for the pleasure and satisfaction of doing so, and always to a high standard of presentation." You are invited to purchase copies of these plans for your own pleasure. Each plan is accompanied by historical notes relating to the origins of the plan material. This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies plans listing to the MSP site. Martyn's site also includes articles and thoughts on free flight. See the Product Review Page for further information.
"Small Flying Arts". A web-zone for small flying models of all types". A very interesting site created by Bhagat Dhillon
Established 5 years ago as Australia's only mail order supplier dedicated to general free flight products and backed by 40 years in the hobby, Pel-Aero has joined the cyber age. Home to a range of beginner and expert Catapult and Hand Launch glider kits and Select - Cut balsa products, unsurpassed one to one service like Free Flight Supplies is my aim. (Thanks Peter for that vote of confidence!). This link will take you via the Free Flight Supplies selection of Peter's items to the Pel-Aero site.
Leon Cole of Belair Kit Cutting is producing a range of laser cut kits. As well as the main range of R/C models a number of free flight models are featured using Free Flight Supplies plans. Follow the link above for further detials.
My Skies is based in Derbyshire in the UK. We design, produce and sell Laser Cut Free Flight and Radio Control model aircraft kits. We are keen flyers and model makers, with years of experience. All of our designs are built and test-flown by us so we know how well they fly and how easy they are to build.
Below are links to clubs local to Norwich that may be of interest to those on my doorstep as well as those who are further afield:-
See the East Anglia Activities 2015/16 page for free flight and indoor events that are near to Norwich and other East Anglian events
Free Flight UK Yahoo Group currently the numbers are small so discussions are limited. What is needed is a critical mass of members to get things going so sign up get your mates to do so and then ask free flight questions.
Remember to advise any of the above links that you use where you found the contact. Please advise if you find any broken links.