When model aircraft beginner buy model plane, they often see some different versions such as PNP and RTF. What does this mean? How should buyers choose?Model aircraft products were distinguished by two versions due to different installation degrees, but different manufacturers may mark them differently.PNP:Remote control and batteries not includedRTF:Complete set of model aircraft PNP:Remote control and batteries not includedPNP is the abbreviation of Plug And Play.This version of the aircraft has already been installed with power units, steering gear and other components. Players are required to use their own remote control device and batteries after purchase.It can fly after simple assembly, connecting the receiver, debugging the rudder surface, etc.Plane 759-2 PNP versionRTF:Complete set of model aircraftRTF is the abbreviation of Ready To Fly.This version of the aircraft generally includes a complete set of installed model aircraft, remote control equipment, batteries and chargers. After buying home, only simple assembly and charging are required to fly.Plane 762-3 RTF versionTo purchase the PNP version, you need to have your own remote control, and have some experience in remote control adjustment and aircraft debugging, but it is not difficult.On the contrary, beginners of model aircraft may prefer the RTF version more.Anyhow,buyers can buy according to their preference!