Next we progress to DRONES where we introduce the ever popular PARROT DRONE. Students learn the theory behind it and learn to fly and control the DRONE. This has proved to be the most interesting part of our program. Both kids and adults are fascinated by it and the possibilities. This module is included in our exciting Senior Engineer Program.


RC Helicopters

A helicopter is an aircraft that can take off and land vertically. Also called a “rotary aircraft,” it can hover and rotate in the air and can move sideways and backwards while aloft. It can change direction very quickly and can stop moving completely and begin hovering.

A helicopter flies by means of the thrust that is created by the rotation of the blades of a main rotor that is mounted on a shaft above the fuselage, or body, of the aircraft. As the blades rotate, an airflow is created over them, resulting in lift. This raises the helicopter. A pilot maneuvers the helicopter by changing the pitch, or angle, of the rotor blades as they move through the air.

An engine is used to create the force needed to lift the aircraft and its passengers and cargo. Reciprocating gasoline and gas turbine engines are the most common types used on helicopters.


About Robotics

Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation and application of robots and computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. . These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans, in hazardous or manufacturing processes, or simply just resemble humans.
Robotics challenges students in activities using today’s technologies. It is an excellent tool to teach systematic problem solving and design strategies. It introduces students to the concept of systems and system analysis.

It integrates math, science, technology, and communications standards into one class.

Warden Aero-Sports is associated with Edutech  to bring Robotics to children at the school level.


R/C Planes

Introdution to Radio Control (R/C)

Radio control (R/C) is the use of radio signals to remotely control a device. The term is used frequently to refer to the control of model vehicles from a hand-held radio transmitter. Industrial, military, and scientific research organizations make use of radio-controlled vehicles as well. A radio-controlled model (or RC model) is a model that is steerable with the use of radio control. All types of vehicles imaginable have had RC systems installed in them, including cars, boats, planes, and even helicopters and scale railway locomotives.

R/C Planes


Radio-controlled Planes are small aircraft that can be controlled remotely. There are many different types, ranging from small park flyers to large jets and mid-sized aerobatic models. The aircraft use many different methods of propulsion, ranging from brushed or brushless electric motors, to internal combustion engines, to the most expensive gas turbines. The fastest aircraft, dynamic slope soarers, can reach speeds of over 450 mph (720 km/h) by dynamic soaring, repeatedly circling through the gradient of wind speeds over a ridge or slope.[6] Newer jets can achieve above 300 mph (480 km/h) in a short distance.

Flying RC aircraft as a hobby has been growing worldwide with the advent of more efficient motors (both electric and miniature internal combustion or jet engines), lighter and more powerful batteries and less expensive radio systems.


About Model Rocketry

A model rocket, also known as low power rocket, is a small rocket designed to reach low altitudes (usually to around 100–500 m (300–1500 ft) for a 30 g (1 oz.) model) and recovered by a variety of means. Model rockets are constructed of paper, wood, plastic and other lightweight materials. Model rocketry historically has proven[2][3] to be a very safe hobby and has been credited as a significant source of inspiration for children who eventually become scientists and engineers.




  • Introduction to Aero-Modeling.
  • Theory of Flight.
  • Practical application of Scientific Theories such as Potential & Kinetic energy, Bernoulli’s Principle, Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
  • Chuck Glider Construction & Flying (Imported Aero modeling kits, Technical Handout).
  • Competition & Attractive prizes to be won.
  • Award of AMA Recognized Certificate to all the participants.


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  • Introduction to Aero-Modeling.
  • Theory of Flight practical application of Scentific theories such as Potential & Kinetic energy, Bernoulli’s Principle, Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
  • Chipmunk Senior Construction & Flying (Imported Aero- modeling kits, Technical Handout).
  • Competition & Attractive prizes to be won.
  • Award of AMA Recognized Certificate to all the participants.


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This is India’s First, Single Stage Model Rocket where we offer the complete plans and basic kit. You can make it in about 2 hours. The kit contains all materials required to make a working model, which can go up to a height of 600 ft (Rocket motors to be purchased separately). We show you how to modify the Diwali Rocket Motor. Electric Launcher sold separately (Rs. 750/-) Or you can make one by yourself from the Assembly Manual itself. As a Launch pad you can use an old Tin and Metal Rod.  Rocket Firing should always be under Adult Supervision and Aero-Sports does not take any responsibility for accidents/damages/personal injuries of any kind.

 The Kit consists of:

  • Balsa wood- 2MM Thickness
  • Modeling knife, Metal Scale & Pen
  • Cyanoacrylate Glue sticks & Fevicol
  • Aero-Sports Logo Stickers
  • Illustrated  Assembly Manual for Building, Finishing, Trimming & Flying .
  • Free Technical Support via Telephone/Email.


This is a great follow up to the Cicada Chuck Glider where you can assemble and fly a beautiful Rubber Powered Model made out of Imported materials. The simplest form of a motor for an aero model is a piece of rubber in the form of a long band that is wound up to spin a plastic propeller. These balsa and tissue covered models can rise of the ground and produce thrilling flights.  The kit also includes Metal Landing Gear & Plastic Wheels which makes the Model a R.O.G (Rise of Ground) Model. It takes about 3 Hours of concentrated work to finish the model.

Our oldest customer is 90 years old and a retired pilot from Indian Airlines. He loved it!

The Kit consists of:

  • Balsa Wood – 2MM and 4MM thickness
  • Modeling knife, Metal Scale & Pen
  • Cyanoacrylate Glue sticks & Fevicol
  • Butter Paper Sheet
  • Contest Quality Imported Synthetic Rubber Band
  • Imported 6’Inch Propeller with Nose Hook
  • Landing Gear with Wheels
  • Aero-Sports Logo Stickers
  • Colourful and Informative Booklet on Basic Aeromodeling 
  • Illustrated Assembly Manual for Building, Finishing, Trimming & Flying .
  • Free Technical Support via Telephone/Email.

Warden Aero-Sports Chipmunk Challenge!

We offer a special prize to any Modeler who can make this model fly for a minute with alterations if needed. Shoot a Video of your Model flying and rush it to to claim your prize!



CICADA CHUCK GLIDER – Aeromodelling workshop

It is a simple Glider made out of balsa Wood that flies gracefully when gently launched/chucked into the air, usually in to the wind by a gentle throw of the hand. You should be able to make the model in about two hours.  It can be customized by affixing decals/stickers of your choice. The parts have deliberately been kept large so that the young Aero-modeler can handle it easily. It will easily fly 20 seconds or more and reach distances of 100 feet plus if launched into the wind. The novice modeler should then progress to Rubber Powered models like the “Chipmunk Sr” etc.

The Cicada Chuck Glider Kit consists of:

  • Balsa Wood 2MM Thickness
  • Modeling knife, Metal Scale & Pen
  • Cyanoacrylate Glue Sticks
  • Modeling Clay
  • Aero-Sports Logo Stickers
  • Sandpaper Block for Shaping and Trimming the Model
  • Illustrated Assembly Manual for Building, Finishing, Trimming & Flying
  • Free Technical Support via Telephone/Email..


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What is Aermodelling

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Intro to AeroModelling

Aeromodelling is the design, construction and flying of model airplanes, helicopters and rockets. It is both a Hobby and an International Sport Model aviation’s power to excite the imagination and generate enthusiasm has made it a truly international activity with many thousands of participants and hundreds of ongoing activities worldwide. Today, you can build model airplanes of incredible realism and fly them as expertly as a real pilot sitting at the controls.Aeromodelling helps to under Physics, improve hand and eye coordination, understand the importance of team work, learn to cope with success and failure, create 3D objects, learn to work with plans, use hand tools etc. Aeromodelling is a wonderful form of self expression that gradually leads you to a successful career as a Pilot, Aircraft Designer, Aircraft Maintenance Technician, Aero-Space Engineer etc.

Model aircraft are flying or non-flying small sized replicas of existing or imaginary aircraft using a variety of materials including paper, plastic, metal, synthetic resins, wood, foam and fiberglass.The most commonly types are balsa wood, polystyrene and card stock. Flying designs range from generic gliders to accurate scale models, some of which can be very large; static display models range from mass produced toys to highly accurate models requiring thousands of hours to produce for display in museums. Aircraft manufacturers produce models of their own full sized aircraft both for wind tunnel testing and for advertising 

We specialize in

  • Static Models
  • Chuck Gliders
  • Rubber Powered Models
  • Model Rockets
  • R/C Airplanes & Technology
  • R/C Co-axial Helicopters
  • Drone Technology &
  • Aeronautical related Project Work

In schools, we offer both short term and long term programs. Our Instructors are highly trained Aeronautical/Electical Engineers who love to teach.

School Curriculum

Basic Aeromodelling Certificate, AMA Approved Course for Grades 6th – 10th Standard

25 Classes of 1.5 hours each, all materials included. Each participant gets 3-4 Aeromodelling kits to build and keep. Classes are conducted using Laptop Computers, LCD Projectors and Flight Simulators. Attractive Prizes are given to the top students based on:

  • Attendance
  • Academic Performance in Written Exam
  • Attitude
  • Special Efforts Made by the Student etc.

The Curriculum is a long term program which satisfies CBSE requirements for providing Co Curricular Activities as part of the school program. It comprises of an excellent introduction to Aeromodelling, Aviation and Model Rocketry and also keeps the students happy, excited, informed and constructive. It can be completed within 25 -30 Hours. The practical portion is about 80% of the AMA approved program. Upon completion the students take an AMA approved written test to qualify for a beautiful Basic Aeromodelling Certificate.

  • HISTORY OF AVIATION (Wright Brothers, HAL, IAF, Paramveer Chakra, Brahmos etc)
  • THEORY OF FLIGHT (Parts of an Aircraft, 4 Forces Acting on an Airplane, Bernoulli’s Principle, Newton’s Third Law of Motion, Potential & Kinetic Energy etc)
  • AVIATION CAREERS (Emphasis on Pilot Training, Aeronautical Engineering & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering”).