for plans of the super connie/ec-121 Warning star click on above picture
for the categories below click on the pictures to go to those pages

Peanut Scale- FAC Rubber Scale- FAC Jumbo Scale- FAC Giant Scale- FAC Pioneer Scale 
FAC Rubber Powered Scale Events #1-4 are classified by wing span, as follows:
1. FAC Peanut Scale: 13 inches maximum.
2. FAC Rubber Scale:
   a. Multi-wing: Greater than 13 inches, up to a maximum of 30 inches.
   b. Monoplane: Greater than 13 inches, up to a maximum of 36 inches.
3. FAC Jumbo Scale:
   a. Multi-wing: Greater than 30 inches
   b. Monoplane: Greater than 36 inches
4. FAC Giant Scale:
   a. Multi-wing: Greater than 36 inches
   b. Monoplane: Greater than 42 inches
5. FAC Pioneer Scale (Event #5) has no wing span restriction. Limited to aircraft that were produced before 1914.
   a. When no Pioneer Scale event is listed, Pioneer models will compete in FAC Rubber Scale events  #1-4.

tutorials on how to build stick and tissue model airplanes
click on the picture at the left to go to 
tutorial section where you'll find a step by step "how to"
as well as a link to videos in modeling basics by maxfliart.




Dimescale 16" span

no-cal plans

electric & co2

golden age civil/air racing

modern civil

towline gliders

catapult & hand launched gliders

Jets (Rapier, Jetex, Ducted Fan IC,
Electric Ducted Fan) Rubber Powered

world war i

between the wars

world war II

post wwii aircraft

Sport Models 10" to 19" Wing Span

sport models 20" to 29" span

sport models 30" to 39" span

p-30 models

air racers 1949 to present

seaplanes & float planes

transport planes

wakefield models

legal eagle plans

joe ott/ace whitman plans

house of frog

keil kraft models

megow flying models

veron models

deathtrap squadron plans

sterling models

mooney plan bag #6

mike nassise plans

rist off the ground