Indoor matters

  • Indoor flying takes place at Lancaster & Morecambe College on Thursday evenings.7:30-9:30

    Flying small aircraft, small Helis and Quads, including FPV.

    Admission charge £4, children are free to attend when accompanied by a paying LAMMAC club member, club members can spectate for free.


Posted 17th December 2017

Indoor flying at L&MC, last meeting before Christmas is Thurs 21st, resuming on Thurs 4th Jan 2018.


I found this interesting Video on Utube that gives a little taster of indoor flying


Posted 11th April 2017

Indoor flying at Lancaster and Morecambe College finished on the 30th March 2017, light nights are here, we can be found at our Jeremy Lane site near Thurnham just south of Glasson Dock near Lancaster.

Indoor flying will resume in November 2017, thanks to all who supported us in 2016.


Posted 22nd Jan 2017

Indoor flying at Lancaster and Morecambe College on Thursday evenings is well under way again after the New Year break.

We had a small distraction with some home made Hovercrafts( are they flying?)




Indoor flying is starting for the winter season at Lancaster & Morecambe College on Thursday 17th November 2016 7;00 pm to 9;30 pm.

Small Helis, indoor planes and multi rotors will be flying in 15 minute slots as previous seasons.

It is proposed we have 10 weeks, with the option of reviewing and extending the nights near the expiry date, as previous seasons.

The cost for 10 weeks paid in advance is £30.

The cost for members who pay on the night is £4

The cost for non members is £5,  Proof of BMFA Membership required.

Juniors free if accompanied by an adult member.





Last  season, starting last November on Thursday evenings and continuing through to 24th March 2016 at the Lancaster & Morecambe College was well supported, Small Helis, Quads and small indoor planes were popular, 15 minute flying slots were introduced to give equal flying time to planes and rotors.  Indoor FPV was attempted with both a Mini Vapor and a Nano Quad, some small airgates were constructed for the Nano, made out of plastic pipes, these eventually became the goals for four a side indoor football, using the small Blade Inductrix EDF Quadcopters and a polystyrene ball, the competition was fierce, eventual score was one all, it’s a lot harder than it looks.

The Reds V Blues
Concentrating on the ball