Honda STOL Aircraft Prototype

by IC Aeronautics | February 24, 2019 | (4) Posted in Projects

To the Flite Test Community,

The team wanted to share a teaser with you of our latest build series called the Honda Trainer. A STOL aircraft concept idea that IC Aeronautics student Caleb came across in his research.  He immediately wanted to give it a try as his first design project, and I will have to say that the project is coming along very nice.  Next week he finishes his detailed drawings, gets the manufacturing kit approved and then it is off to build videos and final fun maiden flight video.  The objective of this project was to create an easy, cool, yet new beginner aircraft design. From my observations and building one myself for approval, he made it very easy to quickly do an enjoyable build and the flying characteristics are spot on for a trainer. Stay tuned for the upcoming releases of this aircraft as he will also have FREE plans to go along with it.

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Showcase time

Ready for taking off

Forget to mention that we are using 3" Dia wheels, perfect for a STOL aircraft

This plane does it all

Inverted no problem!

Stay tuned for more when we finalize this design and share with you all!



Air-headed Aviator on March 4, 2019
Calebs represent! (my names Caleb too) Neat little plane, maybe when I get some extra servos I'll try it out my self.
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CalebBishop on May 19, 2019
Man that's awesome! I'd love to see picture of your build of it when you do it!
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Chancey21 on May 12, 2019
Looks super neat, you should do a Push-Pull Concept like in the real concept
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CalebBishop on May 19, 2019
I was really thinking about adding the pusher into it, but I really wanted to make a simple build for people just getting into the hobby. If you ever make a version of it to fit the pusher puller, I'd love to see it!
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Honda STOL Aircraft Prototype