Ready to soar with the birds, swoop and glide over fields, and wow a group of spectators? Well, pump your air brakes there, Captain, because learning to fly takes some time. Yes, even learning to fly a remote-controlled (RC) plane takes a lot of skill and finesse, but it’s a great way to learn the basic principles of aviation. The thing is, not all RC planes are created equal. If you accidentally choose one with features that are too advanced for your skill level, then learning is going to be impossible, and you’ll be quickly going down in flames. The good news is there are some RC planes that are built for beginners, but still fun for advanced users. Here are a few things to think about before you buy.