Parkzone Albatros D.V R/C Biplane (No Longer Available)

The Parkzone Albatros D.V R/C airplane is nothing like the real aircraft it was modeled after. The Albatros D.V was a World War I German aircraft that had many issues including structural problems and flyability issues. Parkzone's R/C version does not have either of those problems. We could define the Albatros D.V R/C airplane as a slow but steady flyer. Think of flying the Red Baron, that is pretty much how she handles. Watch the video below to get a better understanding of how the Albatros D.V flies. Two versions available, PNP (no battery, charger, or transmitter included) and BNF (no transmitter).

Albatros D.V R/C Airplane Features:

42.3 Inch Wingspan
35 Inches in Length
43.5 Ounce Flying Weight
Electric R/C Airplane
PNP and BNF Versions
Easy to Fly
Steerable Tail Wheel
Sturdy and Stable

Parkzone Albatros D.V R/C Airplane

The Real Albatros D.V Airplane

The Albatros D.V was a German aircraft used in World War I. By most accounts, she was not a very reliable aircraft. The lower wing was an area of concern as it would suffer failures in mid flight. This was rectified by adding more wire bracing between the wings. That and more improvements were made, but the Albatros D.V never became a popular aircraft due to those inefficiencies. Pilots complained about the flyability too. Today, there are only two surviving Albatros D.V airplanes known.



Parkzone Albatros D.V R/C Airplane





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