You don't have to own a plane or know how to fly one. Organizers say just watching is fun for the whole family.
"It's a very interesting hobby if you like making things mechanically work," said Mike Morton, "and having the sight to eye coordination if making something do what you want.
"It's remote control at its finest," said Tina Zieman.
The model planes hit the air every morning at 8 a.m. The event lasts through Sunday night.