Blade mCP S – Blade have targeted the new mCP S model for the pilot who is looking to upgrade from a coaxial heli and as it is equipped with SAFE and AS3X technology, it should help build confidence as your skills develop.
SAB Goblin Fireball – The new 280-size Goblin Fireball by SAB is a Ready-To-Fly model for pilots new to the hobby being cheap to repair whilst remaining good fun to fly with 3D capability.
SAB Goblin Black Thunder Sport – The Thunder Sport targets a new area of the market for SAB by offering pilots a cheaper way of owning a 700-size helicopter. Based on the proven Black Thunder design, the Sport maintains all the great flying characteristics of a Goblin heli but delivered in a lower cost format.
The Seeds Have Been Sown – Tim DiPeri takes on both a role as our roving reporter and official at the American Helicopter Nationals that took place at the Academy of Model Aeronautics in Muncie, Indiana where the entry was good and the future looks rosy.
Cambridge UAV Academy – After successfully passing the first stage of his CAA PfCO certificate with the theory exam, it was now time for Shaun Garrity to prepare his operations manual and in this instalment he looks at the options available.
Osbourn and Hall On Top – Cuffley Model Flying Club in Hertfordshire would host the third round of the F3N national series with perfect weather and top pilots in attendance.
Music to Dahl’s Ears – After a great final Flight to Music round, American pilot Kyle Dahl flew his Mikado Logo 700 to Ultimate Class victory at the 2017 Global 3D event in the Netherlands.
Factory Fun Fly – Following on from Aaron Cole’s Junior World Championship success earlier in the year, Aaron was invited to the Align Fun Fly held at the manufacturer’s head office located in Taiwan and took his dad Jamie along to report on Rotorworld’s behalf.