This aircraft operates as both a motorized glider
and a plane. The huge wingspan in combination with lightweight construction. Once airborne
at high altitudes simply use the variable speed control on the transmitter to
adjust throttle speed or simply turn it off completely glide and collapse the
prop in flight for maximum airborne flight time!
The plane operates on 3 channels: one channel
operates the elevator, a second channel operates the rudder and a third channel
operates the throttle control with a variable speed control knob.
Beginners shouldn't fly the 3-CH R/C Airplane
in more than about 8 mph (13 kph) of wind. However experienced pilots should be
able to fly the plane with confidence in 12-15 mph (19-24 kph)
This plane is recommended for 14 years or older, Also, this plane needs the full radius of it's 1600 foot (500 meter)
distance of control. So the pilot definitely will need some unobstructed,
cleared land in which to fly.