Our latest construction article for Electric Flight is a real combo of old and new. The SkyEye is a lightweight, easy to build 3-channel sport flyer pusher design that’s designed for not one but two cameras in its nose! A GoPro Hero video camera or similar, and a FPV camera and transmitter to send images back [...]
The Shorts SC-7 Skyvan has become a favorite ride for skydiving enthusiasts throughout the world. It’s box-like structure is utilitarian, forming a efficient container for all forms of cargo from boxes to beings with everything in between. When I first ran across a picture of the full scale Skyvan I concluded that it would make [...]
If 70% of the globe is covered with water, shouldn’t we have that same percentage of RC model floatplanes? No? Well, many RC clubs today are struggling to find suitable open flying sites and with growing urban sprawl, noise restrictions, and the cost of real estate all playing a factor, it’s little wonder that good [...]
The TTX610 is a reliable 6-channel radio that gives you the control you need for large planes with retracts, flaps and other additional functions. It also features SLT, so with just one button you can create an unbreakable link between your transmitter and receiver. Plus, SLT makes it ideal for use with Tx-R aircraft! Additional [...]
This quadcopter ghost is guaranteed to spook trick-or-treaters! Whoever made this costume did a great job: nice head, arms and lightweight flowing shroud combine nicely. We hope this inspires you to come up with your own quad costume for Halloween and that you’ll send videos to us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks to Alton Porter for posting this to YouTube.
This 88-pound twin turbine can reach speeds of up to 150mph! The 7-foot, 6-inch-span jet was designed and built by Ted Allison over a 4 year span and in this video is expertly flown by the UK’s Dave Johnson at the Large Model Association show at Elvington. The 1/4-scale F Mk6 aircraft is powered by two [...]
I’ve always liked Republic’s big P-47 Thunderbolt and I’m certain I’m not alone. A longtime favorite of warbird enthusiasts, the Jug has its own remarkable place in the history of aerial warfare. In service about the same time as the equally well-known P-51 Mustang, Supermarine Spitfire, and Messerschmitt Bf 109, it had very little in [...]