Aberdeen & District Soarers was formed in 1978 by a group of aeromodelling and model gliding enthusiasts. Main types of flying include thermal and slope soaring, however the advances in technology has seen the introduction and increasing use of electric powered models by members.
The Club meet at weekends and Tuesday nights (summer only) at a flat field as well as flying from slopes not too far away from the city. If you are interested in joining ADS or learning to fly pop along to any of our sessions.
Slope Day this weekend. Cancelled due to poor weather
This consultation covers CAA charge proposal for the Government mandated UK Drone Registration Scheme, which is due to be launched from 1 October 2019 and is a legal requirement under the Air Navigation Order (ANO) from 30 November 2019.Consultation
A great start to the summer has seen some nice slope days and good flat days and resident photographers Derek and Mike have been on the ball capturing events at the Cairn and Three Maidens at Kerloch. Their pictures are in the new album linked below.Glorious Spring
The 2019 Indoor Chuck Glider with the all balsa home built Viggen took place at the Jesmond Centre on Sunday 17 March 2019. Despite all being built from the same A4 plan there were a variety of sizes on the day. A good trunout arrived to compete and our competitors are pitcured above for the customary mass launch.More Photos
The exploits of aeromodeller Terry Shields. Where did he boldly go in 2018.Read Here