Seagull’s Challenger adopts a low-wing profile in a simple, yet classically-styled model. It’s perfect as a follow model after a basic high-wing trainer (such as Seagull’s Arising Star or Boomerang) and much has been done at the factory, so the box-to-air time is very modest. It suits either i.c. engines or electric power and the large canopy hatch provides easy access for battery changing or maintenance.
In the air you’ll find a friendly and predictable machine that’ll happily cruise around while delivering all the standard aerobatic manoeuvres when required. The wide speed range means slowing down for landing is straightforward.
In fact, not only is it perfect for relative beginners, it’s a fine club sport model that’ll impress seasoned pilots with it’s easy-going virtues.