1) Be patient. If it's too windy, don't fly.
2) Check all control surfaces and motor before going to the field, and then again when you get there.
3) Make sure batteries are fully charged.
4) Easy on the sticks.
5) Remember to reduce throttle once you're in the air. (Don't ask me why I stress that one. )
take some packing tape and 5 min epoxy with you, and dont forget a extra prop.
99% chance your ging to crash on your first flight so be ready to fix broken parts.
try a few short hops or hand tose to get the feel of it.
when you know your in trobble cut power and try to hit a soft spot like tall grass.
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