ON THE COVER

Small shows and fly-ins often showcase rarely seen yet impressive creations. So it was at last year's Teeside Show from where Alex Whittaker files this month's report and where Dave Johnson was campaigning this fine twin petrol- powered Military Bleriot. 


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SIMPLEX

Shaun Garrity heads back in time with a 40” span version of a 1940s American classic

RES-EAGLE

Slowly but surely, summer's on the way and you've time to build Ton van Munsteren's thermal-hungry soarer 


REGULARS

SWITCH ON

A round-up of the latest R/C flying news

COUNTERPOINT

More tempting new releases

ALL WRITE

Over to you...

GOING PLACES

The 2018 diary is filling fast so check out what's happening over the next few months

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REVIEWS

SR22T

E-flite's new scale release combines an appealing mix of appearance and ability

UMX TIMBER

A versatile ultra-micro sportster

KADETT

Pepe Aircraft's first trad. build release

EPSILON COMPETITION V3

The latest 3.5m span addition to Staufenbiel/Horizon's popular motor glider family

CARBON CUB S+

That clever GPS-guided trainer


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TEESIDE SPECIAL

Small show, big vibe

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PB 0.33

Brian Winch unwraps a masterclass in small scale engineering

BUILDING A SMART WING

Lee Schofield shows how to add a bunch of clever features to your model

WATERPLANES AT BADAJOZ

Arnaldo Correia soaks up the sun at a popular Spanish float-fly meet

HOTBOX

Duncan McClure describes his innovative solution for optimum Winter flying field LiPo care

HANRIOT NC-530

Chris Golds returns with a new design in the form of this unusual French twin

NEXT ISSUE

Peter Miller's classy sportster plan, an indoor/outdoor aerobat to build and lots more

PARTING SHOT

Your captions are invited


COLUMNS

BENCH BLOG

Tim Hooper gets the Lizzie aloft and starts work on a micro SE5

WIZARD OF OZ

Brian Winch selects the right tool for the job

SILENT WINGS

Simon Cocker learns a hard lesson

RETRO RAMBLINGS

The widgets that made your free flighter return

WEEKENDERS

Boring tales 


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