Upgrade your aircraft that use the Park 300 or equivalent motor with this new powerhouse! The new E-flite Park 340 Brushless Outrunner motor is ideal for 3D models 7.00–11.00 oz (198–311 g), sport and scale models 9.00–15.0 oz (255–425 g) or small indoor airplanes requiring up to 145 watts of power. Upgraded performance from the […]
An exclusive Model Airplane News online “How To” from the Great Planes’ Carl Goldberg Classics Series Sophisticated Lady review in the February 2012 issue of MAN by David Garwood . A 78-inch polyhedral (curved) wing is not the easiest thing to transport in most cars or store in most basements, and the fully assembled fuselage takes […]
Attention all e-power pilots! This new arming system from Schumacher uses Dean connectors and 10, 12 or 14AWG wire, so it can handle the needs of your large electric planes, jets and helicopters (and even trucks and cars!). It is small, has a high current rating and is easy to install and use. The kits […]
We just got the new Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a in the office for review! This is a handsome, WW1 Bristish Scout / fighter is a relatively large molded foam ARF and it goes together in almost no time! It has a slew of formed plastic parts and it really is well put together. It is sure […]
This week’s show features an interview with Model Airplane News contributor Aaron Ham as he discusses the similarities between a model Christen Eagle and his full-scale version, exciting footage of the Fire Scout, a new RC helicopter UAV, and much more! CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SHOW
We just posted more exclusive online contect in our “Members Only” section of the MAN website. This time it’s a one-on-one interview with our Guru Scale Pilot Figure guy, the talented Lyle Vasser. Lyle is also the owner/operator of “Best Pilots” one of the very best sources for serious scale pilot figures for your scale […]
1968: The first live telecast from a staffed U.S. spacecraft was transmitted from Apollo 7. The flight was the first manned mission in the American Apollo space program, and the first manned U.S. space flight after the cabin fire that killed the crew of what was to have been the first manned mission, […]
Talk about a thrill. It’s early 1930’s: you’re crazy about airplanes and the Cleveland Air Races are on! Your favorite racer is going strong—it’s the Springfield Bulldog… Yes, you are trying to build Cleveland’s one inch to the foot scale rubber powered wind-up model, but it was really too much. The difficulty was beyond me. I […]
This first class international event was held at the historic National Museum of the USAF in Dayton, Ohio, making it to the USA for first time. Dozens of pilots and their support crews converged on the Dayton location to vie for the top position of Jet World Champion. The technology and scale realism of these […]
“Engine Clinic” columnist Clarence Lee shares news about this intriguing new powerplant in his upcoming column; here’s a sneak peek! During and following WW II, I spent seven and a half years as an Army Air Corps/Force pilot. During this period I had the occasion to fly a variety of multi-engine aircraft. Many of the […]
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This week’s show has incredible first-person-view footage from a sailplane flying over the Alps and a first look at our flight test of the new Bind-N-Fly ParkZone Spitfire, and much more! CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE EPISODE!