Category: Flying Techniques

  • Going it alone

    Going it alone

    The last few years have seen a steady increase in the number of people entering the hobby without the support […]

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  • Perfecting the art

    Perfecting the art

    Learn how to use the rudder and your ability will increase tenfold.  This month we’ll take a closer look at […]

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  • Perfecting the art

    Perfecting the art

    Learn how to use the rudder and your ability will increase tenfold.  I kicked off this series of articles in […]

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  • Coming in

    Coming in

    Aviators have to return to earth sooner or later, and we aeromodellers are no exception. Gravity is ever-present, both as […]

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  • Up and Away

    Up and Away

    Right then, David A here. Do you find taking off a nervy affair? It’s understandable if you do. After all, […]

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  • Flying Start

    Flying Start

    The bungee is essentially a super-size catapult that comes into its own when a conventional hand-launch just can’t cut it, […]

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  • What goes up…

    What goes up…

    There’s something magical about the sight and sound of a multi-engine model. But twins are troublesome, right? They need an […]

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  • 10 things every pylon pilot should know

    10 things every pylon pilot should know

    So, you like fast models, do you? Perhaps you’re the speed freak in your club who constantly strives to have […]

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  • 10 things every test pilot should know

    10 things every test pilot should know

    1. Don’t overstep your mark. Every pilot knows his own ability and for a test flight to go well it’s […]

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  • 10 things every aerotow pilot should know

    10 things every aerotow pilot should know

    1. Aerotowing is a rare synergy between silent and not so silent aircraft and requires that two skill-sets are combined in […]

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