Well.. they look more like something you'd see the name Eddie Stobart on than Ryanair, however, drive them on the ground and take-off. It's a case of 10 4 rubber duck, rotate.
They just look great fun and not too expensive or complex to build. Here's one being built and flown.
Joined: 30 Dec 2010 Posts: 927 Location: Latvia / UK
Posted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:27 pm Post subject:
I heard a guy at the RC field say that flying a RC helicopter is like balancing a marble on a pane of glass.
Me thinks he's right.
When CAA (UK) decided that guys like my Father should learn Heli's ... being a friend of Bristow ... started having Heli lessons at the "Beehive", Gatwick Airport....
I can remember my Father coming home after flights and his haggard look ! Now he'd been in Bombers during WW2 ... did Berlin Air Lift ... etc. and he said himself - they were the most frightening machine he'd ever encountered. His expression was "Accidents looking for a place to happen".
My Father being Chief Flight Ops for CAA eventually convinced the Director it was NOT a good idea !!
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