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Old Aug 19, 2003, 06:46 AM
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The "new" T-Hawk, Aerobird (which I don't recommend), and Superstar EP (covered balsa which may be hard for a beginner to repair) as you say can all be flown in 10 mph winds. However, beginners should not assume that they can learn to fly in 10 mph winds! They can fly these planes in those kinds of winds after they've learned how to fly in calm winds. Otherwise, it's gonna be like trying to learn to swim in the Colorado river.

Count me as one the "most people" against the Sky Scooter Pro as a first plane.

Slow Stick (or Pico Stick if you can't find a SS), or Tiger Moth.
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