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Model Airplane Club

Model Airplane Club

The Leinster Model Flying Club, established in 1972, is the largest model flying club in Ireland, with up to ninety members. Its main aim is to promote the safe flying of radio controlled aircraft in a friendly environment.

The club's flying site is located at the Fifteen Acres in the park. Many types of aircraft are flown, including aeroplanes and helicopters. They fly mainly on weekends and sometimes during the week, weather permitting. Members of the public are very welcome to watch them flying.

The most popular flying times are on Sundays, from about 9.30am to 12.30pm for fixed wing and from about 2pm to 4:30pm for helicopters. They also fly on Wednesday afternoons from about 1pm to 4.30pm for fixed wing.

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