It's hard to believe its already spring time. Hopefully you had a chance to get your winter projects finished and are preparing to get them up and flying soon.
And since it's the beginning of the month, it's also time to let you know what plans are the most popular on Parkjets. Let's get started.
10. T-28 Trojan: The T-28 Trojan is a new plan to Parkjets and is already gaining popularity. A traditional tractor set up, military style, plus 3D capabilities and you have a winner.
9. SuperSlo28: Like the T-28, the SuperSlo 28 is from SDParkflyers.com and is primarily designed for 3D flying but is perfectly at home motoring around the park. A great simple design means you can get up and running right away.
8. SU-31: A great design by Tomas Hellberg, the SU-31 is a tractor set up, but has some great stylings. Simple profile warbirds are common. The SU-31 is not. Want something a little different, this one might work well for you.
7. SU-37 by Jamie Rothwell: Like most of Mr. Rothwell's designs, his score and fold method means you get a semi-scale full fuselage with minimim effort. And the SU-37 is a great looking plane too, with large wing surfaces, you will get a nice flyer.
6. F-35 by RC Cal: The F-35 might be one of the most perfect parkjet designs. Large wings, big control surfaces and great modern looks. Pair this with a standard motor and yours will get up and flying in no time (unlike the real thing).
5. Hydro: This boat/airplane combo is still popular after all these years. If you are looking for something a little different, check out the Hydro, available in EDF too!
4. Cutlass: The Cutlass is SDParkflyer's third entry onto this list and is fits nicely into the Parkjet free plans catalog. Slick lines, big wings and fast performace make the Cutlass a winner.
3. Eurofighter by Jamie Rothwell: Score and fold, paint and fly. The Eurofigher by Jamie Rothwell is an excellent flyer. There is a reason its popular.
2. F-15 by Jamie Rothwell: There is a reason his models are sticking on the Top 10 list. The F-15 is an iconic airplane that has been a staple of the U.S. fleet for decades. If you want to add an F-15 to your fleet, consider this design.
1. F-22 by Steve Shumate: Holding off the competition again, the F-22 is still on the top of the pile, dominating all comers. Super scale thrust vectoring all wrapped up in a design that is just awesome to look at in the air.