From Our Shelf to Your Runway
New E-Flite, HobbyZone, ParkZone, Hangar 9 and other world class aircraft are always in stock in either ready-to-fly (RTF) or bind-and-fly (BNF) configurations.
Many aircraft are now sold with enhanced stability systems such as SAFE technology. This makes the aircraft ‘aware’ of its attitude relative to the ground. This attitude awareness is used to create four flight modes that let experienced RC pilots explore aggressive aerobatics with more confidence and less risk. In Stagility™ mode, the airplane can perform any aerobatic or 3D maneuver but will return to upright flight if both sticks are released. The AS3X® 3D mode provides a marvelous balance of crisp response and rock-solid stability when practicing low-speed 3D maneuvers like hovers and harriers. AS3X Precision mode is for flying precision aerobatics at high speed, because it smoothes out the effects of turbulence so the aircraft tracks like it’s on rails. In case of emergency, Panic Recovery mode immediately returns the aircraft to upright flight with the push of a button and it can be activated at any time or while in any flight mode.
CONFIDENTLY EXPLORE ADVANCED AEROBATICS
The SAFE™ (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology built into the Spektrum™ AR636 receiver actually makes the Sukhoi SU-29MM ‘aware’ of its attitude relative to the ground. This attitude awareness has been used to create four flight modes that let experienced RC pilots explore aggressive aerobatic maneuvers with more confidence and less risk.
If you prefer, we can build your aircraft for you, whether it’s electric, gas or turbine powered.
In addition, we always have used aircraft available.
There’s no feeling that compares to completing your very first take-off with an RC airplane that you built yourself – other than the one you get when you then land it safely! Recent control system advances have made it even easier than ever to become an great pilot. With a personal computer based flight simulator, you can practice flying in the comfort of your own home before taking your new plane to the field. However, to minimize risk and avoid adopting bad habits, it’s highly recommended that you become a member of the Academy of Model Aeronautics – the AMA ( www.modelaircraft.org ) and find an instructor to help you properly learn the basics of flight.