P-38 Lightning 525mm RTF Micro Warbird Airplane by EasySky Enterprise w/2.4GHz Radio

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This product was added to our catalog on April 16, 2015.

This is the EasySky P-38 Lightning 525mm Ready-to-Fly Micro Warbird Airplane. Introduced to the war effort in 1941, the P-38 Lightning was created to meet stringent specifications from the United States Army Air Corps for a high altitude capable fighter. The design at the time presented the toughest specifications the United States Army Air Corps had ever introduced.

Produced for a short four years and finally retired in 1965, the P-38 Lightning design became not only highly recognizable, but admired by fans, and sought after from collectors. This P-38 R/C model from Easy Sky is no different.

Featuring an EPO design with an easy to fly on/off 3-Axis gyro, this fully assembled realistic micro warbird is ready to fly out of the box, including all required items but the AA batteries for the 4-channel 2.4GHz transmitter. Simply unbox, charge the included 250mAh micro LiPo battery and go enjoy your own P-38 Lightning Warbird experience.


  • 3-axis super-sensitive gyro system installed
  • Gyro switch on transmitter for super stable flight
  • Removable landing gear
  • Molded panel lines
  • Gun, exhaust and instrument panel details
  • Mobile battery charging with power bank

Plane Type: Warbird
Experience Level: Beginner to advanced
Fuel Type: Electric
Wingspan: 20.67in / 525mm
Length: 14.92in / 379mm
Flying Weight: 66g / 2.33oz
Servo: 1.7g
Battery: 1S 3.7V 250mAh 25C Li-Po
Motor: 8.5x20mm; 50,000RPM
Radio Control:
2.4GHz 4-channel
Gyro: 3-Axis, super sensitive
Material: EPS + foam board (wings)


  • Assembled Micro P-38 Lightning
  • 2.4GHz 4-Channel Radio System
  • (2) Motors
  • (2) Servos
  • 1S 250mAh LiPo Battery
  • Charging box
  • USB charging cable
  • Manual   

Needed To Complete:

  • (4) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)
James Donohue
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 9 2015 (about 2 years ago)
EasySky Enterprise P-38 Lightning 525mm RTF Micro Warbird Airplane
This is a big thumbs up for both the B17 and the P38. And for Easysky and for Amain. These are no Cubs for sure and not a raw beginners plane but I am certainly no expert and have flown them both outdoors and indoors. Grown men drool on low fly-bys! The P38 was a big hit indoors last night and was making some of the sweetest landings you could ask for. Landing gear is a bit thin and springy but I'll gladly buys some spares (who cares!). The FW190 might be a must have too. The Micro world has two new friends, these planes and this very good retailer. Have you noticed the Eflite B17 quickly dropped in price and that any comparison strongly favors the Easysky B17?! I love my Eflite micro planes but Easysky is coming on fast. Quality, features, and details are really very, very good)
Verified Owner
Saturday, Aug 29 2015 (about a year ago)
EasySky Enterprise P-38 Lightning 525mm RTF Micro Warbird Airplane
It is a nice little flyer. Both decals on the wing are in the wrong location but no big deal. It needs to come in a bind & fly option. It was a little tricky getting it to bind with the transmitter that it came with but it finally took after 5 tries, I ended up binding it to my DX6i and I am sticking with it. It is a fun little flyer and it needed very little trim out of the box. You have to watch it if you hand launch it because the battery cover has indents for your fingers (to hand launch) and you may accidentally remove the cover when you launch it. There are very little replacement parts for this plane so that kind of sucks and the access to the parts is nonexistent. It says in the manual that you actually have to dissect the plane with a sharp blade therefore I am only going to give it a 4 out of 5. Would I buy another one if I crash it upon no repair? Yes I would. It also looks good next to my Horizon war bird micros. Hopefully ,like I mentioned already, they will come out with a bind and fly in the near future and a better selection of parts.)
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 19 2015 (about a year ago)
EasySky Enterprise P-38 Lightning 525mm RTF Micro Warbird Airplane
Is the first of the twin-engine machine for me.
Scale airplane is bad weight balance in order to give priority to modeling. Of course, flight performance also bad. However, this airplane can be very stable flight, it is thanks to the gyro.
Very excellent stall characteristics to a heavy airplane. The airplane has a weight of 64.5g. I was able to landing calmly not feel the anxiety in the landing approach.
Flexible airplane is caused to easily fly even for beginners. Why don't you consider adding to the collection?