UNMANNED AIR VEHICLES
All Airplane Projects are meticulously researched by the Aero Telemetry Team for historical accuracy and perfecting the subtle details of each plane. Thousands of hours of research, engineering and physical effort is spent on each of these projects.
Aero Telemetry built a 747 Air Force One flyable model for Tyler Perry.
Stable, Fast, Agile, Powerful.
The finish details of the Aero Telemetry Air Force One 747 are simply stunning.
Aero Telemetry built a museum scale replica of the world famous Hughes H-1 Racer for celebrating the 75 year anniversary of the Academy of Model Aeronautics.
Our record setting 1/2 scale Hughes H1 Racer was featured on a magazine cover and flown at the AMA's 75th Anniversary Event. AMA legal at 122lbs!
Aero Telemetry was pleased to support the Academy of Model Aeronautics Expo in 2015 by showcasing our latest project. The WWI Kettering Aerial Torpedo.
Designed in 1917, the Kettering Bug was first unmanned air vehicle built in production by the United States.
From the Company that brought you the Planes of the Aviator, Aero Telemetry, comes the next chapter in our Hughes Aircraft Trilogy. The 25 ft wingspan XF-11.
Aero Telemetry and Joe Bok have created the world's largest, most historically accurate and detailed scale model of the Hughes XF-11.
On November 2, 1947, Howard Hughes made history by flying the world's largest airplane, the mighty Hughes Flying Boat, more commonly known as the Spruce Goose.
65 years later, November 2, 2012 Aero Telemetry introduced the next airplane in our Hughes Aircraft Company Trilogy…. The AMA legal (112 lbs), museum scale, 20 ft wingspan Spruce Goose.