Flying With HLI
Electric rc planes are much better suited to places like public parks, because they are quieter and less intrusive. Without doubt electric rc airplanes (Electric Power or 'EP') have been responsible for bringing a huge number of people in to the radio control flying hobby in recent years electric power had truly arrived and the relative low cost and convenience of EP bundled in to an all-in-one package proved irresistible to the beginner. so what are you waiting for?? Come join us and start flying your own electric model.
Control line (also called U-Control) is a simple and light way of controlling a flying model aircraft. The aircraft is connected to the operator by a pair of lines, attached to a handle, that work the elevator of the model. This allows the model to be controlled in the pitch axis. Almost all control-line models are powered with conventional model aircraft engines of various types. But it is possible to fly control-line models that do not use on-board propulsion, in a mode called "whip-powered", where the pilot "leading" the model with his arm and wind supply the necessary energy to keep the airplane aloft, in a fashion similar to kite-flying. If you think you can try and learn more about control line flying then register urself and start flying to know in practial
Nitro rc planes do require certain items of field equipment because of the engine.These planes are not as simple as electric ones, the engine alone means a higher level of maintenance is required, and you need to take fuel-proofing in to account.Flying Nitro rc planes is more 'involved' than electric, but can be more satisfying if you're mechanically minded.Nitro rc airplanes will bring you lots of fun and excitement but do be aware that they are a few steps up from simple electric powered rc airplanes, both in terms of learning and cost. So if you're an engine lover and need the noise and smell of internal combustion power then register yourself and start flying