A DIGITAL APPROACH 
TO SCALE AVIATION
Scale Aviator International is a fresh and new approach to scale aircraft modeling in an online digital format. The new concept of digital publication affords you the opportunity to view your subscription on your computer, touch screen device or any smart phone that has Wi-Fi (Wireless) access.
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You have access to the Scale Aviator International digital magazine anywhere there is  internet access, a WiFi hotspot and through your 3G or 4G network.

You have the capability to email articles, save a PDF to your desktop, save an article or entire issue to your archives for future reference and bookmark the pages for later viewing and there is more.

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Scale Aviator available anytime, anywhere you have WiFi and internet access......
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Keeping Aviation Heritage Alive 
with Flying Scale Models.....
Back issues are now available for viewing. Issue #4 will be released shortly. NO Renewal notices are sent out until 6 issues have been completed. If you receive one, please ignore it as it is from the previous digital publishers automatic settings..

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Tim Cardin's Cessna T50 built from Don Smith plans. Watch for the building article in Issue #4