Park flyer

The term park flyer denotes a class of small, primarily electric powered radio controlled aircraft, so named because their size enables some of them to be operated within the confines of a large public park.wikipedia
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The term park flyer denotes a class of small, primarily electric powered radio controlled aircraft, so named because their size enables some of them to be operated within the confines of a large public park. Advanced electronic and material technologies have even brought forth high-performance, park flyer sized "3D-flyers", or fully aerobatic aircraft capable of extreme high g manoeuvres and even nose-up hovering.
For beginning hobbyists, there are park flyers and trainers.

Academy of Model Aeronautics

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The Academy of Model Aeronautics 'recommends' a minimum safe distance of at least 50 feet from any spectators other than the pilot.
With the burgeoning interest in small park flyer aircraft which are often flown outside of regular club fields, the AMA now provides low-cost membership and coverage for park flyer enthusiasts.

Wings Across America 2008

This is known as the Wings Across America 2008 adventure.
A park flyer is a small radio-controlled plane typically flown in a field such as a local park or soccer field.

Grand Wing Servo-Tech

A GWS Tiger Moth park flyer made aero-modeling history beginning 25 January 2004 when a discussion thread at hobby website RCGroups.com proposed the Tiger Moth World Tour which involved flying the model in every state in the United States.

Electricity

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The term park flyer denotes a class of small, primarily electric powered radio controlled aircraft, so named because their size enables some of them to be operated within the confines of a large public park.

Gym

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The smallest park flyers are called micro planes, and are slow and docile enough to fly within an enclosed area such as a gymnasium or even a living room; while others require the open space needed for larger models due to size and/or speed.

Aerobatics

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Advanced electronic and material technologies have even brought forth high-performance, park flyer sized "3D-flyers", or fully aerobatic aircraft capable of extreme high g manoeuvres and even nose-up hovering.

G-force

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Advanced electronic and material technologies have even brought forth high-performance, park flyer sized "3D-flyers", or fully aerobatic aircraft capable of extreme high g manoeuvres and even nose-up hovering.

Scale model

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Once the exclusive realm of giant scale, 3D flight is now possible both indoors and out with certain park flyer aircraft.

Radio control

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Park flyers have created an inexpensive and convenient way for beginners to get involved in the hobby of RC flight.

Outrunner

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In fact, CD-ROM motors are frequently rewound into brushless outrunner motors for small park flyer aircraft.

Coachella Valley Radio Control Club

A combination control line and helicopter pad was added in late 2007 when the stretch of Avenue 54 leading to the property was paved by the county; the pad may also be used by slow-flying park flyers.

Airfoil

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• Laminar flow airfoil for a RC park flyer

Radio-controlled model

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Electric power in aircraft in particular has become popular recently, mainly due to the popularity of park flyers and the development of technologies like brushless motors and lithium polymer batteries.