On the cover...

There's nothing quite like a relaxed club fly-in, especially if, as Alex Whittaker found when visiting the Bardney Club, you're blessed with good weather and a welcoming atmosphere. He found a gathering of P-47s too and caught Jim Wilson's 1/5-scale Hangar 9 Razorback powering past.


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PEGGY SUE 2

Peter Miller refreshes an old favourite to create a fine classically-styled sportster

SIMPLES

Cheap, quick and easy; Mike Bell's Depron wing is perfect for indoor aerobatics

PEACEMAKER

Shaun Garrity looks at the little-known R/C version of the classic control liner


REGULARS

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Packed with all the latest model flying news

COUNTERPOINT

New models and widgets await your inspection

EASA SPEAKS

Dave Burton unpacks the European Aviation Safety Agency's recently released draft regulations

ALL WRITE

Over to you...

GOING PLACES

Places to go, models to buy and fly

MARKETPLACE

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REVIEWS

FG-60

Brian Winch fires up Saito's three-cylinder radial 

FUNRAY

Mike Freeman tests Multiplex's new motor glider 

B-26 MARAUDER

Dynam's most ambitious offering to date

AERO COMMANDER

Bob Hoover impressions in the park

iX12

Spektrum's ground-breaking radio system


FEATURES

BARDNEY SCALE

Whittaker chills at a super scale fly-in

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WACO

Paul Blakeborough turns Dumas’ park-fly bipe into something rather special

PRACTICAL MODEL DESIGN PT.3

Lindsay Todd starts bashing balsa

PARAFINALIA & DARK ARTS

Dave Roberts visits Wren Turbines

MODEL MAGIC

Brian Rawcliffe's rarely-modelled Mitsubishi Ki-15-1

NEXT ISSUE

A big glider plan, a small J-3 Cub plan and lots more besides

FLYING TALES

Boldly going... in search of a C of G


COLUMNS

MAKE IT SCALE

Danny Fenton has an update on his small scale exploits

WEEKENDERS

With night flying on the horizon, Whittaker has a transmitter to fix

SILENT WINGS

Simon Cocker tries a little wing endoscopy

WIZARD OF OZ

More of those essential engine maitenance tools and best practices 


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