Radio Controlled Air Show

I’m going back in time here, trying to catch up with some posts for the exciting summer we’ve had. Saturday August 20th I went to the Radio Control Club of Rochester’s R/C Air show in North Hampton Park. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I had a fantastic time, and saw a lot of really neat planes. The club has an airstrip at the park, that I haven’t used because I found a field a lot closer to fly in. They have four flight stations, and they were pretty much going non-stop. I saw a variety of planes from World War 1 bi-planes to futuristic looking jets. The majority of the planes were battery powered, which I think is good for the hobby. There was one plane they called a 43% scale plane. It was huge! They all flew and did loops and tricks. Here are a few photos and videos.

Habu Turbofan Jet

Habu Turbofan Jet

Plane for Sale

Plane for Sale

Large 43% Model Bi-Plane

Large 43% Model Bi-Plane

Variety Planes

Variety Planes

Nose Art

Nose Art

I had a great time, and plan to go back next year.

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