This is the World’s Smallest Remote Control Aircraft [Video]

Carbon fiber, aluminum, throttle control — you might be thinking that I’m describing some new, million dollar hypercar. But actually, I’m talking about the world’s tiniest remote control airplane. With a wingspan of only 69 millimeters (about 2.7 inches), and a weight of 1.98 grams, the tiny flying machine trumps the previous world record of 126 millimeters (4.9 inches). And it’s flown for nearly twice as long too. RELATED: See Photos of the 2012 Terrafugia Transition Flying Car Unfortunately, it’s not Guinness World Record certified just yet, but the owner is pretty confident that he’ll break the world record for the most adorable R/C aircraft in existence. Watch it in action here:
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