||Once airborne, and the engine
is stopped, the propeller folds back to reduce drag. The plane is good for
slope-soaring if there is some wind, but will thermal too on a sunny day.
It is mildly aerobatic, and will loop and roll, but these makeovers usually
result in a loss of altitude, so you need good lift conditions or a bit
of judicious engine power to regain altitude. One day, slope-soaring, I
flew nonstop for an hour and twenty minutes. I was getting concerned about
the battery, so landed. I need not have worried; there was more than half
the charge left in the LiPo battery. These new batteries are amazing, and
have transformed electric flying.