December already! where's the year gone? Well our latest issue will be with subscribers any day now and in the shops 21/11. Again, we've another 140-page issue with another fantastic competition to enter and the following reviews -

  • F4U Corsair (cover model) - we fly Arttech's new foamie warbird
  • Angel 30e - the new SebArt 3D'er is assessed by David Ashby and Mike Williams
  • Lil' Bit Special - The micro 3D bipe from Falcon Models
  • Multiplex Parkmaster - Mike Williams flies the new Elapor aerobat
  • Barbara Jean - The attractive i.c. powered 'pylon-racer style' low-winger from World Models
  • Palm-Z Micro Jet - Silverlit's latest indoor hack!

    We've some great features this month including -

  • WIN A SEBART ANGEL 30E WITH POWER PACKAGE AND BATTERY worth over 300 in our fantastic free to enter competition!

  • Short Sunderland Pt.1 - Tony Nijhuis presents his long await new design in the first of a two-part series.
  • British Freestyle Aerobatic Champs - Brian Cooper watched the UK's hottest pilots fight it out.
  • Model Magic - Up close with a superb Hawker Typhoon.
  • Give it a Whirl - Helicopter set-up is covered in this month's tutorial.
  • Deeside Scale - We check-out the scale models at the recent comp/fly-in.
  • Into the Blue - Our beginners series continues by looking at electric powered trainers for beginners.
  • Fun Fly Friendly - All the news from the 2008 National Fun Fly competition at Barkston.

    Our regular columnists have some great comment, chat and information -

  • On the Edge - Andy Ellison examines 4-axis flying from the slope.
  • Wizard of Oz - Prop jammed? Brian Winch has sage advice for painless removal.
  • Weekenders - Whittaker talks diesel engines and much else in his regular sport fly round-up.
  • Fly Electric - Nigel Hawes brings his annual round-up of products for the electric flyer's xmas stocking.

    Free Plan - Dave Royds is back to prove that foamies don't have to be small. Large it up with his new Edge 540!

    ....and a FREE 48-page Century UK catalogue too!

    Be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up this issue of RCM&E for just 3.80. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run by subscribing ?