2020 BMAC Membership Renewals are now Due
If you intend to use the BMAC’s facilities and continue flying after 1 July 2020 at the Crace Grasslands field then you must renew your BMAC membership before 30 June 2020.
If you have already paid your 2020 membership dues, please ignore this notice.
Availability of Glow Fuel in Canberra
Albury RC Models and Hobbies are now stocking and supplying Redback Racing Aircraft Fuel to the Canberra region through a local agent.
To order or pick up 5, 10 or 15% Nitromethane fuel in 5 Litre containers, order the fuel from the Albury RC Models using their web site’s Shop By Department > RC Equipment > Fuels and Lubricants menu option, order the fuel and elect to pick up in store. Ring Mr Mr Rob Sargent of Albury RC (02) 6025 0497 who will advise you how to contact his local agent and where to pick up the fuel in Canberra.
Lake Ginninderra Flying Site Approved by the MAAA as an BMAC Affiliated Flying Site
As an adjunct to our CASA approved Crace Grasslands Nature Reserve flying field, the club has also successfully negotiated to have MAAA approval of the Lake Ginninderra float plane site as a BMAC affiliated flying site.
The MAAA has determined the Lake Ginninderra flying site to be more than 3 nautical miles of Canberra airport and we had not requested to fly above 400 feet, therefore the float plane flying site did not need further regulatory approval.
The AED is permanently located inside the BMAC club house within a St John’s Ambulance branded, steel wall mounted cabinet designed for easy access to the AED. A battery operated alarm sounds, and red light flashes whenever cabinet the door is opened.
Additional AED signage is located in and around the club house.
The club Safety Officer can organize a St John’s Ambulance AED training for interested club members.