The purpose and goal of Flightline Hobby’s website is to share interesting and relevant information on our model aviation hobby. We will be posting regularly on any and all news at the store, adding information about local flying, building, design, and all things model aviation. Look to the categories on the right side of our page to find your items of interest. Please feel free to contact us by phone or email: email@example.com
Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 7 pm
Sunday Noon – 5pm
We are located on the West side of M-24 (Lapeer Rd.) just south of Clarkston Rd. In the same plaza as Crittenton Medical
On Saturday, February 28th we will be hosting a discussion led by David Lane. We will discuss Rockets, Hi Powered Rockets and Re-Loadable Motors. Come join us at 11 am for a n
This year’s electric power seminar included some data on ultra micro planes just in time for the indoor season. It also included some information on electric power for sailplanes. A link to the slide show is included for reference. Flightline Electric Seminar PDF
Our first FREE seminar “Soldering basics” went well. Pretty good turnout. Gary wells did a top notch job of sharing the skills, materials and methods of soldering electrical and structural. Great Job Gary!
This coming Saturday, October 25th at 11:00am we will be featuring iron on covering and using the hinge slotting tool. John will be covering one of his latests builds. Come on in and join us. As always, FREE donuts and coffee too!!
2014 Jet fly PMAC, third time was a charm weather wise. First two years were shall we say: ”Wet”. We had 21 flyers sign up. Our mass launch tied the old record of 12 jets in the air together. Three clubs were in attendance. Walt’s “Gulls over the dump” sums up the visual impact. Swirling jets flying the pattern. The group “Loop” is pretty cool. Joe and George supplied the sound system which really added a nice touch, not too loud but good music and sounds added to the event. Brian was a help with safety and the Microphone. John Glenn’s “Spitfire Grill” fed the masses. Glenn B. helped with the sign up. Thank you everyone that helped out. I had a great time flying the trusty “Habu2” and helping various flyers with there machines. Good job everyone and thanks for coming out and making this our best jet fly yet.
**Also, check out the JET VIDEO under our Blogroll to the right!