RC Fighters of WWI


This list illustrates available RC Fighter planes of WWI.

Airco DH.2
ARF
Albatros D.V
ARF & PNP
Bristol F.2 Fighter
ARF
Bristol M.1
Kit
Fokker D.VII
ARF, RTF & Kit
Fokker D.VIII
ARF & Kit
Fokker DR.I
ARF & Kit
Fokker E.I
Kit
Fokker E.III
Kit
Hansa-Brandenburg W.29
ARF
Junkers CL.I
ARF
Junkers D.I (J7, J9)
Kit
Morane-Saulnier AI
Kit
Nieuport 11
ARF & Kit
Nieuport 17
ARF & Kit
Nieuport 24
ARF
Nieuport 28
ARF & Kit
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5
ARF, BNF, PNP, RTF & Kit
SPAD S.XIII
ARF & Kit
Sopwith Camel
ARF,RTF & Kit
Sopwith Pup
ARF & Kit
Thomas-Morse S-4 Scout
ARF & Kit
de Havilland DH.4
Kit


Model Availability Scale

- A Limited number of RC plane manufacturers. 
- Few RC plane manufacturers. 
- A good range of RC plane manufactures. 
 - A popular RC model.

Available Model Formats

ARF - Almost-Ready-to-Fly. Additional items are needed to complete the model such as motors & servo’s. Some model assembly work is required.
RTF - Ready-to-Fly.  The model is ready to fly as packaged within its box. Little model assembly work is required.
BNF - Bind-N-Fly. The model is provided with everything needed to fly except the transmitter. You bind your transmitter to the receiver in the model.
PNP - Plug-N-Play. The model comes with everything you need but without a transmitter, receiver battery and charger.
AS3X - A stability technology branded by Spektrum and offered in their Receivers.
SAFE - Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope -a stability technology.


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