The Point of Ayre
Around Creg-ny-Baa and
Great Laxey Mine
Ronaldsway and Langness
(Operation of a Small
Unmanned Aircraft there was only undertaken after co-ordination with Ronaldsway
Air Traffic Control).
The 1944 - 1945
home of civilian Air Traffic Control at HMS Urley, the Ronaldsway Barn
ATC History Pages
21st - 23rd April
Douglas - pictures taken
over three days of great weather with light winds.
and Fort Island
As these flights
took place within the Ronaldsway Aerodrome Traffic Zone and also very close
to the airport boundary on the first flight, they were only undertaken
after full consultation with Air Traffic Control. A useful guide to flying
small remotely piloted aircraft in the Isle of Man is available here
from the Isle of Man Civil Aviation Authority.
Brandywell & Tholt-y-Will
The first set were taken
in the morning, flying from three locations, just offthe Brandywell Road
then two separate locations off the Tholt-y-Will Road.
Pictures from a second
flying session in the afternoon, at Port Grenaugh
It was a bit dull for
the first ones above Tholt-y-Will.
Further down into Sulby
From above Sulby Glen
by Killabrega Farm
Cashtal yn Ard and Ballafayle.
Two ancient burial sites in Maughold parish
Port Mooar, Maughold
Head and Port e Vullen