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RFC Mailing Address
Posted: 2014-04-18 By: C.Kalmar
Mailing memberships or payments to the club?
Please send forms and payments to:
RFC, Inc. PO Box 453 Hiawatha, Iowa 52233
RFC Membership Meets Bi-Monthly
Meet the 3rd Monday of Odd Months
Posted: 2014-01-08 By: Dan Meyer
Bi-Monthly Meeting: 3rd Monday of January, March, May, July, September and November. The club meets in Bldg. 131 (North of the Pond) on the Rockwell Collins C Ave. campus. The Ash conference room is just inside the West entrance. The meeting begins at 5:00 and should finish by 6:00.
Airplane Status
Posted: 2013-12-03 By: J. Green
Cessna 150: Aircraft sold.
Cessna 172: Available RFC hanger
Piper Arrow: Available at RFC Hanger.
Base KCID, ramp: RockwellCollins
Tips for new members
Some helpful tips to memorize.
Posted: 0000-00-00 By: Chris Kalmar
Here are a few tips to keep you and the
aircraft safe and undamaged.
• A good guide for pulling and pushing the 172 in or out of the hanger is the seam in the concrete pad. Use that as a guide to keep the wings centered along the hanger.
• For the 150 use the red tape on the floor and keep the wheels inside the pair of red tape lines.
• Always keep an eye on the wingtips and the tail when moving aircraft.
• Refueling can not be done in the hangers. When waiting for fuel arrange the aircraft for easy access by the fuel truck. Keep in mind Landmark prefers fuel sales of 10 gallons or more so it may be OK to skip refueling if the next flight is a short training flight.
• After your preflight and before you get in to start, up walk the nose and look around for problems; such as doors open, chocks, tow bars, low tires, flaps, wings. If you are not actively towing then detach the towbar and do not leave it on the aircraft at any time other then when it is moving.
• Taxi at brisk walking speed.
• Checklists have been proven to be superior safety enhancers.

The Rockwell Flying Club was founded in 1975 to provide affordable aircraft to its member-pilots. Aircraft are owned, leased, or rented as necessary to provide adequate availability to its members. Aircraft are added or eliminated from inventory as needed by its membership.
Membership is open to all Rockwell Collins, Inc. employees, retirees, and their spouses.
Weight & Balance
Links to .pdf files
Posted: 2014-11-04 By: Dan Meyer
For your convenience the following weight & balance information has been copied from the POH. Verify it is the latest before use.
2123T W&B.pdf
738TT W&B and STC.pdf
Operational fees
The rates for RFC members are:
Posted: 2014-08-22 By: Dan Meyer
• Registration fee for RFC is a non-refundable $250.
• Dues: $70/month
• Note: The $250 membership fee for co-op students is waived. A co-op member fee is $50 per co-op session, up to the maximum of $250. The monthly dues and hourly rates are the same.
We bill by the Tachometer hour so compare our equivalent Hobbs rates to competitors Hobbs rates
Cessna 172: $110 per tachometer hour
•(equivalent to $90.20/hobbs hour)
Piper Arrow: $130 per tachometer hour
•(equivalent to $106.60/hobbs hour)
(82% computed over preceding 6 months experience)
Rockwell Flying Club Membership
Download a Membership Form
Posted: 2012-03-05 By: S E Risoff
Welcome: The Rockwell Flying Club is actively seeking new members. If you are interested in learning to fly or furthering your ratings the club can assist you with instrument, commercial and instructor licenses.
Read… RFC_RegistrationForm_2014.pdf
Email to: membership@rockwellflyingclub.org
Arrow Pilot Requirements
Posted: 0000-00-00 By: Webmaster
To use the Arrow, you must have at least 100 hours of flight time and a 10 hour checkout if you have not flown complex aircraft. Flight instructors are available for checkout, flight reviews and basic and instrument flight instruction. You can also work on your commercial or certified flight instructor license.
* * * * Winter Operations * * * *
Apply when Temps below 40 degrees F.
Posted: 0000-00-00 By: Dan Meyer
Winter Temperatures of 40 degrees Fahrenheit and below require use of pre-heat and other operational considerations. Review the document at the following link for additional details. (add a link)
Read… RFC Winter Operations 20141104.docx


AOPA Indianapolis Fly-in
@KMQJ with tent
Posted: 2014-05-31 By: Jerry Mattson
Due the the expected high volume of anticipated attendees they offered free camping before and after the event. AOPA reported over 2000 attendees, 475 aircraft at KMQJ and another 60 at KUMP, the reliever airport.

N2123T @ KMQJ


Taking a break at KPDC
Posted: 2013-12-01 By: Jerry Mattson
Nice day for flying, good weather and empty skies!

N2123T at KPDC


Landing at KLRJ (LeMars, IA)
Posted: 2013-10-30 By: Joel Conrad

738TT


N2123T at Little Falls, MN
Posted: 2013-07-06 By: Jerry Mattson

Getting ready to head back home.


2123T at Airventure 2012
Posted: 2012-12-03 By: Jim Green
Vijay Pasini flew 2123T to Oshkosh in July. Apparently, his sleeping bag got wet!

An expensive clothesline!

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