I fly RoF as often as possible, i.e. most nights.
The only semi-organized thing we have going is Friday night RoF night, but there it is just trying to fly together on one of the major servers.
RoF is not yet ready for campaigns (partly because the mission logs are not up to the task yet), and we don't have enough pilots yet flying at the same time to support a campaign.
We have, however, established the tradition on mission nights of once landed (or shot down) move to the RoF TS channel and fly with everyone else for a while. This is most strongly established for the Sunday Bagration missions... because the 242 guys also like to fly RoF, so we can get a good group, and sometimes we even take over another server (like one of the IRFC servers) and populate both sides.
You'll find RoF to be quite challenging at first. Just getting the engine running and mixture tuned well enough to get off the ground (in rotaries or Entente inlines) can take a few tries. Getting together with a squad mate for your first few multi-player missions should get you off to a good start. Choose one plane and stick with it as much as possible until you learn how to fly it well, then add others one by one.
Flying isn't dangerous. Crashing is what's dangerous.