Aeromodelling-F2 Control Line
In F2C, the model aircraft race each other with three pilots flying their aircraft in the same circle simultaneously. Each model has a mechanic who starts the engine at the race starter’s signal and catches and refuels the model when it runs out of fuel.
(Photo Courtesy of Singapore Youth Flying Club)
Welcome in the sky!
The Paragliders Association Singapore (hereafter PGSG) was formed by a group of passionate paragliders based in Singapore in order to promote Paragliding as a sport in our country and also to fly more and more.
(Photo courtesy of Paragliding Association of Singapore)
Aeromodelling - F3 Remote Control
The FAI/CIAM class of F3A involves complex aerial manoeuvres with a radio controlled model aircraft, where utmost precision and skill in controlling the model aircraft in any attitude and under all conditions is required. Typically, an F3A model aircraft will have a fuselage length of no more than 2 metres, a wing span of less than 2 metres, and the weight must not exceed 5kg's.
(Photo Courtesy of Radio Modellers Singapore)
F3F - Slope Soaring Gliders
As the name depicts, this event is flown in front of a slope, taking advantage of the updrafts created by the wind. In the single Speed task the pilot tries to fly its model over a 1000m course (composed of 10 X 100 meter legs) in the shortest possible time.
At least four rounds should be completed in order to determine the winner.
(Photo courtesy of Team F3F Singapore)
Aeromodelling - F3K - Hand Launch Gliders
Hand Launch R/C Gliders is a class with growing popularity. In this event the competitors fly comparatively smaller gliders, with a maximum wingspan of 1,5 m which are launched from the pilots themselves by hand. In last years the pilots apply the discus launch techniques. (Photo courtesy of SG Fr3ak League)