This section is currently being updated. Over 6000 surveys have been submitted so far.

Lew (llap*@*.rr.com)

I have been flying control line and RC for over 50 years. I fly exclusively on a controlled airfield, AMA Chartered Club. My concerns include, how could FAA possibly enforce the new regulations? The majority

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Peter (spee*@*ail.com)

When I was still a freshman in university around early 2014, I had to ask my self what degree i wanted to get. I thought of how cool and interested I was in flying rc

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Flying is a chance to meet new people, experience sights that are only reseverd to people in aircraft. As a colour kind person I would never be able to be a pilot and see these

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Paul Tanner (ptcu*@*hoo.com)

Flying is a way to relax and feel free like a bird. Flying fpv drones and rc helicopters has given me a hobby I can enjoy. If the presented rules go into effect it will

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Jerry Kruse (jerr*@*ail.com)

It is a chance for me to be expressive and to help others to be expressive and to expand their capabilities. To build a model from a bunch of sticks and make it look like

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Benny Goss (nitr*@*ail.com)

Hello…hope everyone is having a great day. Why does flying matter to me? I love the excitement/adrenaline rush of flying fpv freestyle drones. Love being able to chat in our fpv groups about new frames..parts..etc.

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Christopher Whitworth (whit*@*ail.com)

It’s just a great exercise for the mind. Both building and flying model aircraft require focus and critical thinking and problem solving as well as patience. Which are very important skills to have for anything

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For the last four years I have enjoyed flying RC aircraft and from the beginning, never used stabilization as I was taught to fly by someone who didn’t use any of it either. Building kit

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