Cheesehead Fly-in coverage

Dave Siegler, New Berlin, flies his control- line aircraft.

Dave Siegler, New Berlin, flies his control
line aircraft.

A group of people from all over, interested in flying airplanes controlled by two lines gathered at the Westosha Community Center on Sunday afternoon. They have dubbed the annual event, the Cheesehead Fly-in.

They can fly maneuvers by their control of the plane. They hold two lines connected to the plane about 60 feet long. Their control of the lines controls how the plane flies.

There was  a display of control line planes inside the building. The Center served hot dogs and fixings.

Dave Siegler, originally from New Munster, flies his plane. He’s also a member of the Circle Masters Flying Club.

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Dave Siegler and Chris Sterner, Greendale, help Joe Connelly get his plane airborne.

Dave Siegler and Chris Sterner, Greendale, help Joe Connelly get his plane airborne.

Launching an aircraft.

Dave Siegler helps Diego Caro gets his plane airborne.

 

 

 

 

 

One Comment

  1. Dave Siegelr says:

    More information at our club web site. http://www.circlemasters.com/

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