Romancing the wind, with 3 kites…. outstanding! Ray Bethell performs a kite ballet to Flower Duet from Lakme by Delibes. Video by Robert Holbrook Notice that one kite is controlled by his right leg, the other two by his hands. Beautiful! Turn up your sound.
We got this rocking gas aerobat in for a review and our own Jason Benson got to fly it first. This plane is an excellent aerobatic machine that really travels light in the sky. If you get a chance to fly this bird, you should take it, and trust me, you will enjoy every minute [...]
Now that Drones look like RC planes, I guess the only area that can be improved is in the flying software. This latest release is really cool and it is unbelievable (and scary) just how exact drones can be program to fly. MAVinci will show new UAS Flight Planning Software features at INTERGEO MAVinci [...]
This last weekend I was able to attend a Scale Un-Contest down in Orange County, California, put on by the Scale Squadron of Southern California. The idea behind this contest was to duplicate an actual scale contest without any of the pressures. Participants were able to have their planes judged by certified scale judges and [...]
We got our first look at the Great Planes Phazer, and we were very impressed with the speed of this delta wing aircraft. The Phazer is an easy to assemble ARF that went together quickly, with very clear directions. Once done, you have a great looking ducted fan that is solid in the air. Did [...]
Here is my latest Viper 500, ready for the next quickie race. In the March Issue of Electric Flight I will talk about how to use this spray on paint to create new designs over MonoKote and Ultra Coat. This is the first spray paint that I found that you can apply over covering material [...]
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (September 18, 2012) — After more than 60 years, part of Tuskegee’s aviation legacy returned to historic Moton Field. Four original Tuskegee Airmen were welcomed back to the historic training site by the National Park Service and Tuskegee University President, Gilbert L. Rochon, on Sept. 15. “The Tuskegee Airmen are an intrinsic part [...]