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RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
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Tranquility in the heavens as Dirk Nething takes in a stunning Alpine view at sunset high above the Austrian village of Fiss, base of the annual Flying Circus soaring event, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary in June. Read more in Simon Cocker's regular On Silent Wings column.
SWITCH ON What's making the news in and around the wonderful world of model flying
COUNTERPOINT Another fresh batch of new gadgets, kits and bits from popular suppliers
PILOTS' PICTORIAL Show others your latest pride and joy in our gallery page of readers' models
ALL WRITE Have your say in our monthly letters pages
GOING PLACES Spring is in the air as the first outdoor model flying events are announced
MARKETPLACE Advertise your unwanted kits, bits, engines and radios
NEXT ISSUE April showers? No thank you, we've had enough of the wet stuff! Here's what's in store in the fourth issue of 2020
PARTING SHOT Graham Ashby's foamy floatplane has a close shave whilst flying from a flooded river...
SPORT CUB 500 David Ashby tests a feature-packed, ready-to-fly micro cub that isn’t afraid of a breeze
FUNNY CUB Does the latest flat-sheet indoor foamie live up to the standard expected of Multiplex? Frank Skilbeck finds out
TIGER MOTH Alex Whittaker chats to Andrew Bowman about the modified Flair kit that he entered into the BMFA Scale Nationals
FULL METAL CESSNA Arnaldo Correia takes a close look at José Fidel Rama's mighty 4m Skyhawk, which replicates the full size metal airframe
BIG BRAVE BASH Weston Park Model Airshow remains big and beautiful, no matter what the weather gods decree. Alex Whittaker looks back at last year's wet and wild event
FIVE WAYS TO SPRAY Shaun Garrity takes a quick look at the Iwata brand of spray guns, which are ideal for model finishing
JUST FOR FUN David Ashby reviews his safety regime, builds the SHK’s wings and heads for a flooded river for some float flying
MAKE IT SCALE Danny Fenton discovers that all silks are not equal when it comes to covering a scale model
TECH N TOOLS Lee Schofield examines some of the first batch of new gear to hit the market in 2020
JET THRUST Our jet columnist, Bob Petrie reports from the JMA Sculthorpe meet, fits a smoke pump to his Hawk and wraps up with a visit to the Mach Loop
WEEKENDERS Alex Whittaker tracks down the first five model engines he ever owned - and their matching kits!
BENCH BLOG Shrinking the Antares! Tim Hooper sets about making a scaled down version of a favourite aerobatic model
ON SILENT WINGS Try your hand at mountain flying urges Simon Cocker as he looks forward to the annual Flying Circus soaring meet at Fiss in Austria
F-4 PHANTOM Tony Nijhuis wraps up his current series of superb mini jet free plans with the archetypal post-war fighter-bomber
MOON DANCER 2 An old i.c. favourite is revisited for electric power. Peter Miller’s sports aerobat is great fun to fly and makes an ideal first-time traditional build
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