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Checking a CG Balance Point — Don’t fly but knowing

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

After checking your engine opening and a radio operation, always make certain that your indication is scrupulously offset before your initial flight. It happens all too often: Someone with a code new aeroplane shows adult during a drifting margin and has all operative perfectly. The radio checks out, all a controls pierce in a scold […]

DJI’s new mini drone, Spark

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

DJI’s Spark is an easy-to-use, fun-to-fly mini camera worker that rises off from a palm of your palm to constraint and share a special moments in your life on a go. Thanks to DJI’s absolute technology, Spark is a initial worker that users can control by palm gestures alone, successfully stealing a barriers between we and […]

Top Gun Flightline Highlights — Photos from David Hart

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

As we puncture into all a extraordinary photos and information from a new Top Gun Scale Invitational, a MAN group is now bustling laying out a coverage for a Sep emanate of MAN. Starting with a pre-event “Road to Top Gun” online hide look (also published in a Jun issue), a editors, and out gifted […]

August Model Airplane News AMain Performance Catalog

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

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Sport Jet Development — Rich Uravitch’s Tsunami 60

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

A inclusive RC indication aeroplane designer, builder and pilot, Rich Uravitch has a prolonged and concerned story with Model Airplane News, and has been a unchanging writer for many years. The strange “Jet Blast” columnist, Rich even served as Editor in Chief of MAN for several years. The editors are always in hit with “Brother […]