ON THE COVER

This Spitfire Mk.9 from FlightLineRC may have escaped your attention but, with oodles of presence, it's one of the best ready-to-fly warbirds we've seen and, on page 24 this month, Brian Collins reviews it's smaller (but no less pretty) 1.2m span sibling.


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FLEA-FLI

Shaun Garrity revisits Phil Kraft's classic ‘Old Orange Trash’.

RENAISSANCE

It's time to build the model you've seen taking shape over the last six months, Lindsay Todd's low-winger combines a classic appearance with great flying traits.


REGULARS

SWITCH ON

A round-up of the latest R/C flying news including the smallest drone you've never seen

COUNTERPOINT

New kits and bits arriving soon

ALL WRITE

Over to you...

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GOING PLACES

What's on this month

NEXT ISSUE
Peter Miller's largest design is on the way!


REVIEWS

SPITFIRE

Flightline RC's fine Mk.9

SEAGULL MOSQUITO PT.2

Danny Fenton gets some air under the Mossie's wings!

PT-17 STEARMAN

Chris Bott throws caution to the wind and pieces together a large bundle of 3D-printed parts

WILDCAT

Parkzone's pretty little park-fly fighter


FEATURES

SCALE INDOOR FREE FLIGHT NATS

Whittaker revels as some of the best aeromodelling talent in the UK battle it out

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PILOTS’ PICTORIAL

Highlighting more of your superb projects

WHAT CAMERA?

Lee Schofield assesses the latest batch of first person view cameras

CURRENT AFFAIRS

Kicking off a new series, Dave Burton looks at how to make sure the magic smoke stays in the wires

PLASTIC SURGERY

Bespoke 3D printing meets a Great Lakes bipe

MODEL MAGIC

A rarely-modelled biplane fighter


COLUMNS

BENCH BLOG

Tim Hooper files his latest report from a very busy workbench

SILENT WINGS

Simon Cocker reports from the national centre's first aertow meeting

WIZARD OF OZ

Continuing his voyage through a sea of special tools, Brian Winch turns his attention to the hole saw

WEEKENDERS

Whittaker makes a few changes... which leads to a shed-load more

RETRO RAMBLINGS

An R/C pioneer down under


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