What if I crash?
Repairing TufFlight kits is faster than repairing ANY OTHER kind of trainer. A roll of tape, spare prop, can of WD-40 and some nylon bolts are all you'll need. This can be done at the field in usually under 15 minutes. Compare this with a typical ARF or other balsa kit which could easily kill a week's worth of evenings.
If your time is important, you'll agree it's better to spend it outside in the open air, than in the basement.
While you shouldn't fly without guidance, if you do crash, you'll be protected by over a million dollar insurance policy as an AMA member following the AMA safety code. See the AMA link for more details. return to top
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Great flying to you,
Mark and Joe