What is model aircraft?

What is model aircraft?

An aircraft model is unmanned small size aircraft most commonly referred to as a scale model. This is an imaginary or replica of an existing aircraft. The model aircraft are mainly divided into two groups that are: the flying and non-flying. The non-flying models are sometimes referred to as display, static or shelf aircraft models.    The static model  The static model  The static model (those that are not meant to fly), are mostly scaled, built and painted. They can paint the whole models or that that need to be clipped together.  These mostly range from toys to more detailed and highly accurate models that require wide space to build and many hours of work. They are made from white metal or plastic. The static models come in form of kits. This static can be for research uses like the wind tunnel models that are used for testing and developing new models. They can be modeled as a whole or parts only. The static models are not only limited to aircraft but to boats, ships, animals, soldiers, and even houses.   The flying models   The flying models or the Aeromodelling are collective…