Plans Featured in Model Aviation

Browse through the plans featured in Model Aviation. You can also view all the Model Aviation plan by visiting https://plans.modelaircraft.org/ or calling 765-287-1256 x507.


Glastonbury Meadowlark


Download plans for the Glastonbury Meadowlark. Article, plans, instructions, and photos by Dennis Norman. Online exclusive bonus content from the December 2013 issue.

P-30 Centaur


Features in the November 2013 issue of Model Aviation magazine and app. Order plans for this 2012 Nats Winning Centaur.

The entire article is on page 33 in the November 2013 issue.



Piper Pacer


Written by Robert Dance. Build your own Short Wing Piper Featured in the October 2013 issue of Model Aviation. Download free plans of the Piper Pacer.

Sport Scale PT-19


Written by Charles S. Pipes. A good gas design goes electric as featured in the October 2013 issue of Model Aviation. Download free plans of the PT-19.

Canarrow


Features in the July 2013 issue of Model Aviation magazine and app. Bonus content including the full parts list. Order plans and the laser kit online.

eCobra


Build this electrified version of a Vintage RC design Features in the May 2013 issue of Model Aviation magazine by Dan Grotzinger

SPECIFICATIONS Type: RC Park Flyer Skill level: Intermediate builder; intermediate pilot Wingspan: 44 inches Length: 34.5 inches Weight: 26 ounces, minus battery Motor: E-flite Power 10 brushless outrunner

The Miss Shirley


Written by Michael Smith As featured on page 31 in the February 2013 issue of Model Aviation. As featured in the Model Aviation tablet app. Museums are treasure troves of amazing, and often unique, pieces of our cultural heritage. They preserve these pieces so that we might learn how the world has developed and changed.

Travel Air Mystery Ship


Written by Laddie Mikulasko As featured on page 31 in the November 2012 issue of Model Aviation. As featured in the Model Aviation tablet app.


The Hobo


Written by Tom Neibuhr As featured on page 44 in the August 2012 issue of Model Aviation. As featured in the Model Aviation tablet app.


The Alexander Bullet


Designed by Phillip Kent. Read more about this cantilever low-wing monoplane and order plans.


Bestetti-Nardi BN.1


Designed by Mark Fineman Read more about the history and order plans. Find the entire feature on page 37 in the July2012 issue.


Grumman Goose


Designed by Paul Kohlmann Watch flight videos, read excerpts from the article, and order plans.




Good Tern


Designed by Bill Noonan Read the entire plans-build article and order plans.


The Good Tern was a straightforward, reliable, easy-to-adjust Embryo-class model, built with the option of floats for ROW (rise-off-water) or wheels for ROT (rise-off-table).

RC Space Shuttle


Written and designed by Luther Hux Read the entire plans-build article. Find the entire feature on page 70 in the September 1981 issue.


"RIGHT ON," Time magazine reported, and right on it was. The success of the shuttle program carried an air of excitement.

The EnterTrainer


Written and designed by Fred Randall Online exclusive plans-build article. Download the entire plans for free.



Genie Redux


Written and designed by J.G. Pailet Read an abridged summary relating to the article. Find the entire feature on page 41 in the March 2012 issue.



P-40 Warhawk


Written and designed by Keith Sparks Read an abridged summary relating to the article. Find the entire feature on page 48 in the February 2012 issue.



Gloster Meteor


Written and designed by Jim Young Find the entire feature on page 34 in the January 2012 issue.


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Dick Sarpolus' Mini F-16


AMA Plans Service Showcase Find the feature on page 33 in the January 2012 issue.

THE MIDWEST AXIFLO RK-049 ducted-fan unit was approximately a year old and the smallest system available on the market when Dick Sarpolus designed his Mini F-16, intending to find out just what a .049 fan could do.

B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber


AMA Plans Service Showcase Find the feature on page 134 in the December 2011 issue.



Ken Johnson first saw the full-scale B-2 Spirit fly at the Northrop Grumman factory in Palmdale, California. Impressed, he decided to build an electric FF Sport Scale model of this unique aircraft.

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