Welcome to the Loudoun County Aeromodelers Association (LCAA), AMA #799. Our goal is to promote model aircraft building and flying for the purpose of education, pleasure and recreation. The public is invited to club meetings held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm at the North County Governmental Center in Reston, Virginia. Meeting activities include show 'n tell of members' aircraft and discussions on club events, activities, and business. Gather with us on Facebook and YouTube.
We invite you to join us at our flying field at Banshee Reeks Park in Loudoun County. Non-club members are encouraged to try their hand at flying as a guest of a club member with assistance from a qualified pilot. As a member of the club, flight instructors are available to assist new pilots through the pilot training program. All club members must be members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA). You must be a guest of a LCAA member or a LCAA member yourself to fly at the field. Only club qualified pilots may fly at the field by themselves. Membership applications for LCAA and AMA are available on this site.
Field hours: The LCAA flying field is open 7 days a week from 9 am to one half hour before sunset. Occasionally, the field is closed all day or for a limited amount of hours for special occasions and members are given prior notice.
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The flying field will be closed on Wednesday, January 20th. An FAA NOTAM/TFR has been issued for Washington, D.C. and the surrounding areas for Wednesday, January 20, 2021 from 8:00 am EST to 10:00 pm EST. Model aircraft and other UAS activities are prohibited anywhere within the Washington, D.C. SFRA during this period. View Full Flight Advisory
The flying field will be closed on the following dates for deer hunting.
2020 what a year! With many activities curtailed and venues closed, or club field remained open and provided a much needed escape from the pandemic. Most club activities were cancelled or went virtual, with just a single picnic at the field. Despite all of this, the club welcomed many new members, we learned the durability of coroplast, and developed a core group of avid FPV flyers. Hopefully we can get club activities back to normal in 2021 and we can all be together, face-to-face.