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Ralph Ray launches his E-36 model at the E-36 World Open at Lost Hills in February.
Photograph by Brian Furutani.

Welcome to the online home of the National Free Flight Society!

Free flight modeling is an aesthetic blend of aerodynamics, art, science, relaxation, sport and camaraderie. Here you'll find information about the National Free Flight Society and affiliated national and international organizations. We also provide information for newcomers and beginners in our hobby and sport. The competition section has contest schedules, results, pictures and links for weather and directions to many of the most popular flying fields. You can also browse through pictures of models and modelers and shop for publications and plans.

Did you know all donations to NFFS are tax deductible? Find out more here.

New Zealand flyer Paul Squires launches his F1B/Wakefield flyer at the Bob White MaxMen contest at Lost Hills in February.
Paul went on to place 3rd.
Photograph by Brian Furutani.

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4-8 America's Cup Scores
4-8 First Indoor Postal Contest International Scores
4-7 E-20 at the Nats This Year
4-1 News Report on Valley Fever w/ Segment from Lost Hills
3-31 180 is Max now Available on DVD
3-30 Live Updates from the Indoor World Championships, Slanic, Romania!
3-20 10th Annual Sal Taibi Contest Results
3-20 Latest Team Selection Scores
3-18 Special Offer on NFFS T-Shirts
3-17 New T-Shirt Design
3-15 Latest eDIgest Available
3-2 2014 US Junior Free Flight Team Selection Final Results
2-18 Used Free Flight Books Available
2-5 BIG Thank-you Northern California Free Flight Council!
2-5 Gene Ulm New Eastern District VP
1-16 Final 2013 National Cup Scores!
12-5 Carl Bakay
12-5 Tony Italiano

Sevak Malkhasyan, Lost Hills, April 16, 2011.
Photograph by Brian Furutani.

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