Remote Controlled Airplanes

Radio Controlled Airplanes for Thrills and Spills!

Remote Controlled Airplanes are suitable for families and hobbyists alike. Beginners can enjoy them as well as seasoned pros; and with more and more planes coming on to the market, you’re spoiled for choice!


RC Aircraft Types

RC Airplanes can be divided into several different types, each of which have a following among enthusiasts.

Trainer airplanes are intended for learning. They are not very maneuverable, having high wings. Trainers can be powered by electric motor or internal combustion engine, glow plug (nitro) being the most common of the IC group.

Sport airplanes are designed for acrobatics. They have low wings to facilitate maneuvering.

Warbirds are airplanes used in war, particularly the classic First and Second World War Aircraft.

Vintage RC airplanes date back to the late 1930s and 40s and are often large in size. 3 channel radio and a 4 stroke motor make the best combination in vintage airplanes, and they are often slow, gentle flyers.

RC float planes are designed to land on water, so need extra precautions to avoid loss!


ParkZone Ember 2 RTF Aircraft

ParkZone Ember 2 RTF Aircraft


Hobby Zone Champ Champ RTF

Hobby Zone Champ Champ RTF


ParkZone Ultra Micro T-28 Trojan BNF

ParkZone Ultra Micro T-28 Trojan BNF


Revell B17G Flying Fortress


Revell B17G Flying Fortress 1:48 Scale


F22 Fighter Jet 4 Channel Rc Remote Control

Top Race® F22 Fighter Jet 4 Channel Rc Remote Control Quad Copter RTF


Flyzone Micro Fokker DR1 WWI RTF RC Airplane


Flyzone Micro Fokker DR1 WWI RTF RC Airplane


Ultra-Micro Spitfire Mk IX BNF

Ultra-Micro Spitfire Mk IX BNF


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