We've another great 140-page issue in store for June 2011 with not one, but two FREE plans - a DH Mosquito and a Sopwith Pup! 

As usual, subscribers should be getting their copy shortly before 6th May when this issue appears in the shops.

COLUMNS
WEEKENDERS
Whittaker bends the TT40 and hones in on a replacement

FLY ELECTRIC
Ever busy, Nigel puts the Panther to bed and embarks on a brace of new projects

ROTORSPORT
Heli maiden coming up? Martin Stonestreet has the checklist

REVIEWS
MINIMOA
Rob Stenhouse chills with Art-Tech’s vintage gull-winger

YAK MASTER EPP
Colin Fretwell decides it’s time to hone his 3D skills with Jamara’s resilient shocky

COCKPIT SX
David Ashby samples some 'Action' with Multiplex’s revised entry-level 2.4GHz radio system

POWAWALKER
Long way to the patch? You need one of these

RYAN NAVION
Seeking something a little different? Steve Sales looks at Seagull’s appealing sport-scale low-winger

P-51 MUSTANG
E-flite bring the rarely modelled ‘B’ to the electric ARTF genre

REGULARS
SWITCH ON
All the latest model flying news from near and far

COUNTERPOINT
More tempting goodies soon arriving at a retailer near you

GOING PLACES
There’s plenty happening this Spring so check out our event listing and make the most of it!

ALL WRITE
Have your say in Britain’s best-selling model flying mag'

R/C MARKETPLACE
Things sell fast with our FREE reader ads

WORKSHOP
DB SE5
With the flying surfaces resplendent, Graham Ashby reports from the workshop

FREE PRO PLANS
DH MOSQUITO (pictured)
Why not sample some classic warbird action with De Havilland’s wooden wonder, courtesy of Rob Caso. CNC parts and wood completion pack for the model can be ordered here.

SOPWITH PUP (pictured)
Need a home for that Parkzone ultra micro gear? Mat Johansson has the perfect model

FEATURES
MODEL MAGIC
Paul Metcalf’s scratch-built Tempest 2 has it all, even a Moki radial! We take a closer look

SUBSCRIBE!
…and bag a FREE Sky Wizard, three-channel, gyro equipped R/C heli!

SPRING SYMPOSIUM
We visit the LMA’s new season starter bash to see what’s been happening in large sheds across the land!

MAKE IT SCALE
Tony Nijhuis examines the different methods for canopy retention

WHAT GOES UP
David Burton turns his attention to the one of the basic yet most misunderstood manoeuvres

10 ESSENTIAL SKILLS…..
…every model flyer should develop

THE WAY WE WERE
Kev Crozier turns the clock back to June 1969

COMPETITION!
You could win a rather fab Powawalker Cargo worth £250!

It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy for just £4.15. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a Special Offer and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too! 

 

Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>