The Glasair GlaStar (sometimes Glastar) is an American amateur-built aircraft that was designed by Tom Hamilton and produced by Stoddard-Hamilton Aircraft and later Glasair Aviation.
The GlaStar features a strut-braced high-wing, a two-seats-in-side-by-side configuration enclosed cockpit accessed via doors, fixed tricycle landing gear or conventional landing gear and a single engine in tractor confoguration. It is an aircraft for the pilot who rejects compromise, whose flying missions are diverse and demanding, and whose airplane hadbetter be ready to go, anywhere, anytime.
The new XFly Glastar bush/trainer plane is a high performance, durable, all terrain, STOL-capable, high-wing sport model. The GlaStar's impressive flight characteristics and large air-filled shock-absorbing tires makes short takeoffs and landings on ay type of surface easy!
It comes equipped witha magnetic released top hatch compartment to fit 3S 1300-2200mAh batteries which will provide a wide range in performance and flight times. The GlaStar is a perfect choice for a wide range of pilots to enjoy flight after flight!
Material: Lightweight yet strong EPO, ABS engineering plastics
Overall Length: 945mm/37.2in
Wing Load: 49g/dm2
Wing Area: 24.5dm2
Flying Weight: 1200g
Propeller/EDF: 10"x6", 2-blade
Servos: 4*9g digital
Flying Duration: 10mm
Landing Gear: Fixed landing gears
Channels: 4CH-throttle, ailerons, elevator and rudder
Skill Level: Beginner
Recommended Battery: 11.1V 1300-2200mAh
Build & Test Time: 15mins