ON THE COVER
Often confused for the aircraft Charles Lindberg made famous, Ryan’s Brougham mini airliner is another of those evocative Golden Age machines that model so well. This is Martin Fardell’s ne scratch-built example that flew at the 2015 National Model Flying Championships and worth close inspection on page 120
Photo: Alex Whittaker
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If your model flying awareness started in the 1960s then, chances are, you built and ew a Sonny – Graupner’s little free flight glider. Ton Van Munsteren certainly did and if you fancy returning to the simple pleasures then his enlarged, easily- built, 2-channel update is just
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Dave Burton flies a simulator for serious multirotor pilots
Seagull’s new compact, ARTF, electric retro racer
All the new models, kits and bits at this year’s annual trade expo’
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Alex Whittaker feels the vibe at the UK’s premier indoor aerobatic event
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Starting a new series for multirotor builders, Lee Scho eld outlines the flight controller options
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In another new series, Martin Phillips guides tyros through the new radio programming software that has rapidly gained a large and growing user base
Battery charging explained
Martin Fardell’s evocative Golden Era lion-hauler
R/C through the lens
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Simon Cocker soars dynamically and lobs a very large warthog
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Silencer refusing to stay put? Brian Winch is on the case
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