This website is dedicated to the fast growing hobby of flying radio controlled airplanes and helicoopters indoors. Flying indoors is most popular in the North but is done all over the United States as well as many other countries. In Michigan, where I fly, it has added several months to the flying season. The advantages of indoor flying are controlled temperature and wind conditions. The lack of significant winds is very important to the ultra micro class of airplanes and helicopters.
Successful indoor flying is a combination of flying skills, type of airplane or helicopter, and the size of the indoor facility. An experienced outdoor pilot can adapt to indoor flying easier than a pilot with no experience. However, it is possible for a person with no rc flying experience to learn how to fly indoors if they pick the right kind of airplane or helicopter.