DAYTONA BEACH RADIO CONTROL ASSOCIATION (DBRCA)
1. No alcoholic beverages allowed at the DBRCA flying field.
2. Entrance gate must remain locked at all times. Please lock gate behind you.
3. FLYING HOURS: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM. Saturday and Sunday 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Small electrics may fly before 9:00 AM.
4. Only DBRCA pilots and their guests bearing a current AMA membership card may fly at the DBRCA field. ~Guest is limited to two (2) visits before being asked to join club. Family members or annual visitors should be reviewed with officers for exception.
5. No more than four (4) aircraft in the air at one time and one helicopter at the helicopter pad.
6. All pilots must have AMA card with club sticker displayed on them at all times.
7. All pilots still using 72 mhz must acquire the frequency pin from the impound area when flying or working on plane, then return pin and secure radio at impound when not flying or working on plane. Flights limited to 10 minutes. ~Those pilots using Spectrum type 2.4 GHz radios do not need frequency pin.
8. The flight tables are for assembling aircraft and fueling. Do not start or run engine if pilot is using the flight station in front of your plane.
9. All pilots must stand in the pilot box safety area when flying. Do not start or run engine if pilot is using the flight station in front of your plane.
10. Do not fly model aircraft in the presence of spectators until being checked out by safety officer or trainer, unless assisted by an experienced pilot.
11. Pilot or spotter must give a verbal notice when taking off or landing. Pilots and aircraft in the air have priority over all other pilots or staged aircraft.
12. Spotter is strongly suggested to maintain safety at the field.
13. Do not fly past the ditch at the south end of the field.
14. Pilots should perform their initial turn after take-off away from the pit area, and not perform maneuvers or landing approaches over the parking area, spectator area, pits, helicopter area or pilot area.
15. Pilots choosing to hover need to fly from the flight station; if no other planes are in the area, they may hover over runway. If others are in the air, hovering should be done over the west side of the runway.
16. Helicopter pilots may hover and fly on the helicopter pad.
17. Engine break-ins are to be done at assigned area.
18. Please take your trash home with you.
19. HAVE FUN AND KEEP SAFETY ON YOUR MIND AT ALL TIMES.