So you will make me carry my plane, plane stand out to the flight line, plug in my battery, bolt on my wing, before my flight. Then I have to take the wing off, pull the battery, carry everything back to the pits.
Looks like I would be flying in the late afternoon alone with this rule in place.
It's really not that bad.
1. put wing on the plane in the pits, (pump up retracts if you have them,) walk the plane out to the test stand near flight line and place the plane on the stand.
2. put battery in plane and plug it in BUT LEAVE THE BATTERY ARMING SWITCH OUT.
3. turn on transmitter, turn on receiver, test ailerons, elevator, rudder. Make sure throttle stick is fully down.
4. INSERT BATTERY ARMING SWITCH to enable the motor. Run up the electric motor to verify it works. Make sure throttle stick is fully down.
5. Remove the battery arming switch to disable the motor. Make sure to leave throttle stick fully down. (Could skip steps 5 and 7 IF YOU'RE CAREFUL)
6. Place the plane on the ground near the flight line. Make sure throttle stick is fully down.
7. INSERT THE BATTERY ARMING SWITCH to enable the motor.
8. Taxi to the flight line, takeoff, and fly.
1. Taxi to a safe spot, make sure throttle stick is fully down, and disable the motor by removing the battery arming switch. Do NOT taxi into the pits or towards the pits where there's people.
2. turn off receiver, turn off transmitter.
3. Put your plane on a test stand.
4. Disconnect the battery, let it cool down, then recharge it.
5. Repeat "Before takeoff" steps 1 through 8 to fly again.
These are the precautions I take when flying 60-sized, 120-sized, and 160-sized electric airplanes. I usually can manage to get 4 flights per day on my 60-sized planes using the above methods. 3 flights for larger planes.
Oops.....just re-read your post. You have to pull your wing off to pull the battery? My planes are built such that I never have to pull the wing off except when I'm done flying for the day. I have one plane that I have to pull the cowl off to get at the batteries but it's simple.