A set pattern of manoeuvres has been incorporated in the 'Park Flyers Certificate' to allow the pilot to demonstrate his/her skills in flying this category of model aircraft.
Most hobby shops can show you several 'Park Flyer Aircraft' with wingspans from 500 millimetres to 1400 millimetres. These aircraft are constructed of light weight material such as styrofoam and/or balsa wood.
These low cost aircraft (which include a small electric motor) are ready for flying. All that is required is the battery and a radio controlled set. Some aircraft can be purchased as a complete system.
A list of suppliers are found on our website under the page 'Supplies'.
Father and Son team Sean Senbruns (right) and Luke Senbruns (left) display their 'Warbird' Park Flyer Aircraft.
These beautifully painted aircraft are constructed of styrofoam
and are powered by an electric motor.
Rob Smith displays his jet Park Flyer Aircraft.
In the air, this aircraft looks likes the real thing. It is constructed
of styrofoam and is powered by a 'ducted fan' electric motor.