Northwest Control-Line Precision Aerobatics
This page is for information about Northwest control-line Precision Aerobatics model flying and links to Stunt discussion sites.
Your contributions of articles, photos and links to Flying Lines are welcome. Contact the editor.
Note: Contests that contain events other than Precision Aerobatics may not appear here but can always be found in the Flying Lines News Archive.
New! 2013 Western Canada Stunt Championships results See article
Two perfect days for 26th annual Fall Follies! See article
2012 R.F. Stevenson Memorial Raider Roundup results See article >>
Western Canada Stunt Championships results See article
Stunt-a-Thon 2012 results and photos See article
Time to say thanks! See article by Don McClave
Dick Scobee Memorial report and photos See article
Western Canada Stunt Championships report and photos See article
Norm Whittle's Electric Stunt Cookbook See article
Stunt on one line? Yes! See article on monoline stunt planes
Stunt heaven! Fall Follies report and photos See article >>
<< Dick Scobee Memorial stunt contest results and photos See article
Nostalgia 30 Stunt event coming to Northwest See article
Western Canada Stunt Championships report See article
Stunt-a-Thon 2010 results and photos See article
Other aerobatics articles are contained in general contest articles on the Flying Lines home page and in the Flying Lines News Archive
Mark Scarborough's electric P-40 See full story
Event director's report on 2008 U.S. Nationals See full story
New! Photos from 2008 Vintage Stunt Championships See photos
Gerald Schamp's P-47 Construction project See photos
P-40 Stunt rules changed to Profile Stunt Full story
P-40 rules change suggestion and idea for twin-engine fun See Round & Round August 2006 column
Regular stunt columns
For information about control-line precision aerobatics worldwide, see the Precision Aerobatics Model Pilots Association web site. PAMPA is the precision aerobatics special interest group recognized by the Academy of Model Aeronautics.
Your District XI representative on the Academy of Model Aeronautics Aerobatics Contest Board is Paul Walker.
For discussion of precision aerobatics on the national level, see the following online forums:
This page was upated March 5, 2019