Free Flight Competition 2019
CASI is committed to serving Junior members by offering events and activities that are enjoyable, educational and worthwhile. The CASI Free Flight Competition began in 1994 and is offered to university undergraduate and community college students.
The competition consists of designing, building and launching, by means of a tow line, an unpowered aircraft with a two meter wingspan and an empty weight of 1200 grams. Teams are also required to submit a detailed report describing the aircraft in terms of its aerodynamics, overall design, engineering challenges and materials used.
Free Flight 2018 will not be taking place, but Keep an eye out for more information regarding what’s to come in 2019.
More information for 2019 to come.
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Rules and Regulations
Please consult the CASI Free Flight rules document for other important information and deadlines.
Rules & regulations CASI Free Flight Rules
poster for printing
PDF Poster available in French too!
@CASInstitute FREE FLIGHT competition calling engineering students to participate in this fun event in May – Gananoque ON #FreeFlight
Pictures from the last competition in 2014
1st place Carleton University
2nd place University of Manitoba
3rd place Team #1 Ryerson University
Honourable Mention Team #2 Ryerson University
Ryerson team members, Devin Marcelos and Gabriel Campos went skydiving after the 2014 competition
Canadian academic institutions that have participated in past competitions
University of Alberta
University of Manitoba*
Royal Military College
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology*
University of Toronto
University of Victoria
University of Waterloo
* 4 time winners