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Mega Scale 33-Foot Concorde

Mega Scale 33-Foot Concorde

The scale of this RC jet is truly “mega” — 33 feet long, a 13-foot wingspan, and a weight of 328 pounds! And to get this big boy off the ground, it’s powered by four(!) Jetcat P300 Pro turbines. Watch the video to see the very realistic flight characteristics in action!
Giant-Scale Indoor Fliers!

Giant-Scale Indoor Fliers!

These aren’t the indoor RC models you’re used to seeing! Watch an A-10 Warthog, Horten Flying Wing, PC-24 biz jet and an airliner take to the skies (i.e. ceiling). Looks a super fun event!

Super Jets South

Super Jets South

Super Jets South @ GA Jets RC Club Model Airplane News Technical Editor Andrew Griffith and photographer Jennifer Lively attended Super Jets South held at the Georgia Jets RC Club in Gay, GA, about an hour southwest of Atlanta. The event takes place at one of the most amazing flying sites in the country that […]
Rhinebeck WW I Jamboree Winners

Rhinebeck WW I Jamboree Winners

Enjoy these photos from the 2022 WW I R/C Jamboree hosted by the Mid-Hudson RC Society Club at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, and congratulations to all the winners below! Photos by Tim Haggerty.       Category Pilot Plane Spirit Of Rhinebeck Rich Feroldi Caproni Stipa Best of Show Brian Perkins Fokker Dr.1 Best Civilian […]

Conquer the Wind!

Conquer the Wind!

Check out this video from our good friends at Tail Heavy Productions, where they take us through the do’s and don’ts of flying in wind. It’s a must-watch–especially with fall’s windy conditions upon us.

Double Vision! Matching BAE Hawks

Double Vision! Matching BAE Hawks

Check out this video of two identical scale Hawks flying a precision formation. Impressive piloting and impressive builds! These RC jets are 1/3.75 scale, have a wingspan of 106 inches, weigh 60 pounds and are powered by Jetcat P200 RXI turbines.
P-47 Thunderbolt: a 1/5-Scale Beauty!

P-47 Thunderbolt: a 1/5-Scale Beauty!

The full-size P-47 is an American WW II era fighter produced by the American aerospace company Republic Aviation from 1941 to 1945. Its primary armament were eight .50-caliber machine guns and it could also carry a bomb load of 2,500 pounds. Check out this faithful 1/5-scale recreation with a 103-inch wingspan, powered by a 90cc […]

Must-Know Workshop Tips

Must-Know Workshop Tips

We have the best readers, and we love your unique ways of making building and assembling RC planes easier. Here are a few of our favorites; bet you’ll use at least one on your next project! (Have a tip you’d like to share? Send it to MAN@airage.com and you could win a free subscription to […]
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Cockpit Weathering How-To

Details are what make a nice model a masterpiece that stands out. We have all seen weathering on panels lines and rivets but our buddy Mike Chilson shows us how to take it to the next level and weather our cockpit items to add that touch of realism.
11 Ways to Crash Your RC Plane!

11 Ways to Crash Your RC Plane!

One of our favorite YouTubers Tim McKay is at it again with fun, tongue-in-cheek video on how to to crash your plane. If you want to guarantee a ground collision, Tim recommends skipping the pre-flight checklist, don’t worry about the weather, and never check your batteries. Plus several other “tips.” But as usual, there’s some […]
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