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What's coming down the pipe?

Old 10-29-2013, 07:22 AM
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Is there a way to see what is in the works for AeroWorks? Or do you make your big releases at the trade shows?


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Hello David,

Thank you for your interest in what we are currently working on. We are developing and expanding are new and very popular line of QB-L (Quick Build Light) type models and will have release new aircraft around the first of the year. We don’t typically announce our newer product until we have an accurate release date and price.

We do bring new models to the Expos and flying events and are looking forward to attending them again next year.

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Thank you for taking the time to reply. I look forward to seeing what is new in the 30-40cc range.


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Rocco, You told me several years ago at Toledo that you were thinking about a line of WW1 ARF's. Has that gone bye bye, or possibly still in the future??

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Steve,

That was something we were looking into but at this time we will not be manufacturing any WWI models.

Thanks for asking and keeping in touch

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