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Northwestern Ontario Aviation Heritage Centre
905 Victoria Avenue East

Topics For Discussion: Field status for the upcoming 2019 season.

Memberships dues for 2019 will also be gratefully accepted.

Update Sunday August 02, 2015 / Great News!!!!

We've finalized a new flying location. The airstrip is laid out and first grass cut has taken place.
It will take a while for the strip itself to grow in but all in all we have a fantastic new location.
See "Directions to the Field" below.

Update Sunday June 07, 2015!

Our 15+ year association with Afortek/Emil David and the Highway 130 flying site has ended, effective immediately.
On Saturday June 6th, several of us attended the field and removed all club chattels from the site.

We are actively pursuing a new venue, and hope to have more information in the next few weeks

In the interim, the offer to fly at Lakehead Aeromodellers field on Highway 61 is still valid until such time
as we find a new venue. Proof of current MAAC or AMA is required.

Stay tuned!

Update Wednesday May 13, 2015!

We have just received a very kind and generous offer from Archie Gribben President of Lakehead Aeromodellers,
and the directorship of their club. They have offered to extend flying privileges to our club members
at their field on Highway 61 next to the ReCool Depot, until such time as the situation
at the Highway 130 field is resolved or another venue located. The only requirement is current MAAC or AMA membership.

On behalf of the North of Superior Flyers, thank you Archie and Lakehead Aero for your kind and generous offer.

Please Curtail Highway 130 Field Activities Until Further Notice!

As some of may have heard, our landlord has signed an agreement with
Lakehead University Forestry Department for exclusive use of the field.
We are working diligently to come up with a solution beneficial to all involved.
Stay tuned!

May 13, 2015 - Regular Club Meeting - Cancelled

Anyone interested in this fine hobby is welcome to attend any of our meetings, events,
or visit the field during any of our flying sessions.

Members can usually be found at the Club Field Tuesday mornings after 10 AM, Wednesday nights after 630 PM (our informal training nights),
most every Sunday after 12 PM, or sometimes, if too windy, Sunday evenings.


Click here for a map to the field!

Click Above For A Map To The Field

Heading out Arthur St/Highway 17, just past the Stanley turnoff you'll see Pineview Road. Turn right on Pineview and head towards Pole Line Road.
You'll find the flying site about a quarter mile or so before Pole Line on the left.

Heading out Oliver Road, turn left at Twin City Cross Roads, then turn right at Pole Line. Follow Pole Line to Pineview Road, then turn left.
We are about a quarter of a mile down on the right.

GPS coordinates: N48 23.468 W089 34.832


As of Tuesday August 26, 2014

Conditions are great. Haying operations have commenced

Please be careful out there.

As of Monday July 28, 2014

Conditions are great, cut schedule back to Monday's.
Alternating mornings and afternoons.

As of Wednesday June 25, 2014

Conditions are wet, please be very careful driving in. Hopefully things will dry out, if we remain rainless.
Due to a tractor breakdown and the wet conditions, field cutting has been limited.
Hopefully we can get back on a cut schedule of Monday's by the beginning of July.
The west taxiway is still not usable due damage from the farmers tractor.
Otherwise, hope to see you at the field.

As of Wednesday August 14, 2013

Conditions are good, somewhat rutted from the skydivers aircraft.
The west taxiway is still not usable due damage from the farmers tractor.
Otherwise, hope to see you at the field.

As of Monday July 22, 2013

Conditions are good, but wet. Please use discretion when driving in so as not to tear up the roadway or parking area.
The west taxiway is still not usable due damage from the farmers tractor.
Otherwise, hope to see you at the field.

As of Monday June 24, 2013

Conditions are good.
The west taxiway is not usable due damage from the farmers tractor.

Otherwise, hope to see you at the field.

As of Monday May 27, 2013

Conditions are VERY WET!
Field is still extremely soft from the rain and late spring.

Please use care when driving in.

As of Monday June 04, 2012

Conditions are awesome!
Field is still a bit soft from the rain.

Please use care when driving in.

As of Monday September 12, 2011

Conditions are awesome!
Fantastic fall flying.

Come on out and enjoy!

As of Tuesday June 21, 2011

Conditions are awesome!
A reminder that club memberships are due as of June 30th.

Lets get out and fly!

As of Monday June 06, 2011

The field appears to have survived winter well.
Grass cutting commenced Thursday June 02, and will continue on subsequent Mondays thereafter. Cut raindate is Tuesday.

Tuesday January 01, 2008

January 1st

The "Happy" New Year Gang fly again!
L to R, John Clarke, Darrell Watt, Jamie Siegers, Tom Weiher, Archie Gribben, Jim Milne, Randy McNally, Tom Skoropad .
Temp -11C, Wind NNE18 km/h, Windchill -19C.
More New Years Day photos can be found by clicking here.

Monday January 01, 2007

January 1st

The "Happy" New Year Gang!
L to R, Tom Skoropad, John Clarke, Jim Milne, Jamie Siegers, Archie Gribben, Martin Henny, Randy McNally, Connie & Tom Weiher.
Temp -1C, Wind W20 km/h, Windchill -7C.
More New Years Day photos can be found by clicking here.

Saturday January 01, 2005

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Steve Bachanek, Tom Skoropad, and Jamie Siegers at the field, after their first flights of the New Year!
Temp -14C, Wind E22 km/h, Windchill -22C.
All "E" electric powered aircraft, left to right Amptique, Mini Pleaser Poly, Twin Amphibian.

Notable details from 2003.

The field was rolled on Saturday May 24. Thanks go out to Mr. Bruno DiGregorio of Bruno's Contracting, who once again was kind enough to provide us with the loan of one of his Bomag walk behind rollers.

Thanks also go out to Steve Bachanek, John Clarke, Don Hart, Jim Lorezel, Jim Milne (for the loan of the trailer as well), and Darrell Watt for coming out to lend a hand.

Thanks as well to Mr. Tony Racco of Rugged Air Systems/Racco Industrial Roofing for cutting and providing us with the aluminum sheet for our new frequency board.

All that remains now is to get out and fly!
Hope to see you at the field!


For a complete list of events in the Manitoba/North Western Ontario Zone D, please click on this link: Events for 2015 - Manitoba/NW Ontario Zone (D)

North of Superior Flyers 2003-2004 (now extended to 2018???) Winter Scale Aircraft Challenge

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