A Little About Aloft Hobbies
Aloft Hobbies has been built from the ground up to supply quality aircraft kits and parts at very reasonable prices.
We have big plans for this company, and in the coming months you will see a lot of interesting new products that are not available anywhere else, and some that are new to the US market. Our goal is to sell these items and many common items at some of the lowest prices around, yet offer a surprising level of customer service too.
We fly what we sell. We strive to give you all the details and information on our products. We work closely with the manufacturers to improve our products.
Our goals are very simple.
- We want to bring exciting and fun products to market.
- Keep prices as low as possible.
- Offer excellent customer service.
- Help the R/C Community remain a vibrant and fun place!
A bit about our owner
About 25 years ago his father gave him a Wanderer, a wooden glider kit, as a gift. Earlier that year, they had watched some remote controlled gliders flying off the California coast, and the seed was planted.
They slowly built that kit over a period of time and eventually finished it. The glider was loaded up and they headed out to fly it at a local park. Well, it didn't last long, and they were soon picking up the pieces and heading home for a rebuild. After a few more attempts they took it down to the coast and asked for some help from locals fliers. He has been flying ever since.
Jump ahead 25 or so years and you will still find Wayne enjoying flying, and helping to bring the next generation of pilots into the hobby.
"I've flown a bit of everything, crashed a bit of everything, and repaired a bit of everything. Sometimes that is the way things go."
Over all of these years there has been one constant in my flying hobby, the people! Nearly everyone I have shared air time with has been a warm, friendly and a helpful person.
If I'm feeling down or frazzled by everyday life I know all I have to do is pick up a plane and get a little air time. Even better if I can drag some friends into going, and that usually isn't very hard to do.
See you in the air!
The guy behind the screen