The March 2014 issue is packed to bursting with good things including another fine Peter Miller plan!

ON THE COVER
Steve and Matt Bishop have performed their Red Arrows Hawk routine to appreciative crowds the world over but nothing quite prepared them for the calibre of their audience at Dunsfold’s Wings & Wheels airshow. Read all about it inside. 


REGULARS    
SWITCH ON
Our regular news round-up of the latest happenings from the world of model flying

COUNTERPOINT
Kits and bits and other desirables

ALL WRITE
Get it off your chest and tell the world in the UK’s best-selling R/C model flying magazine!

GOING PLACES
With spring just around the corner it’s high time you checked our comprehensive events listing

R/C MARKETPLACE
With a new flying season almost upon us you’ll either be looking to buy a new model or you’ll need to clear some space. Either way, this is your vehicle


REVIEWS
DUET
HobbyZone’s ‘teach yourself’ trainer takes Annette Douglas back to basics   

AS3XTRA
E-flite’s indoor gyro-stabilised ‘model of the moment’

AEROFLY RC7
Ikarus is back with another big sim, but this time at a sensible price!  

JOKER II
David Ashby chills with Hacker’s low-tech motor soarer

SWIFT S-1 EP
Bolting an outrunner to a scale glider is sacrilege, surely? Mike Freeman begs to differ...

CALIBRE
Andy Ellison treads the trad’ build path with PB’s retro-style sportster


FREE PRO-PLAN (see pic)
CAP 20L
Build our classic Peter Miller rendition of the popular French aerobat – perfect for a twenty-five two-stroke!


FEATURES
WINTER WARBIRDING
Alex Whittaker steals himself from the Christmas spirit and pops across to Barkston for a bacon bap and a chilly photo opportunity

THERMAL SOARING – PT.4
Is your radio installation a bit second rate? Fear not, Steve Dorling will soon have you working like a master craftsman

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MODEL MAGIC
Paul Williams’ left-field slant on an old wartime favourite

WHAT GOES UP
Starting with the intrepid pioneering age, Prof Dave Burton begins a new series investigating structural and aerodynamic challenges through the decades

RISE OF THE MACHINES
Aerialworx is typical of the emergent professional face of multi-rotor flying. Beware, the geeks are coming!

DREAM COME TRUE
Red Arrows display team Steve and Matt Bishop receive the ultimate compliment on a day they’ll never forget

SHORT FINALS
Pylon supremo Paul Bardoe talks about life, the universe, and everything


COLUMNS
MAKE IT SCALE
There’s a brand new project taking shape in the Fenton workshop that’s as shapely as a submarine

ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker limbers up for the 2014 soaring season with a potpourri of slopeside news 

FLY ELECTRIC
Nigel Hawes fuels his habit with workshop repairs, adhesives and a handy decal tool

WEEKENDERS
Ensconced in his winter routine of bench and shed, Alex Whittaker’s busy with a brace of new projects

TOTALLY TRADITIONAL
Auster & Freighter mania oozes from the Lowe habitat!

JET THRUST
Back with another turbine round-up, Bob Petrie breathes life into his Xcalibur

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