Plans Frequently Asked Questions
No. We try not to infringe on the copyrights of other plans services. It is our intention to service our members, not to put other plans services out of business. We will supply the address or telephone number for other plans services.
How can I get an order form?
You can download an order form from the AMA Web site or there is one in your Model Aviation magazine.
What type of payment is accepted?
Visa/MasterCard are accepted. Mail in orders can be paid by check, money order, or Visa/MasterCard. Sorry, we do not accept other credit cards.
Do you have a catalog?
For the Pond plans we use the “Old Time Plans Service” catalog that was dated 1999-2000 but the prices in the catalog are incorrect. A copy can be viewed or downloaded from the AMA Web site at no charge. A Model Aviation plans list can also be downloaded from the AMA Web site or a printed copy can be purchased from the AMA Plans Service for $2.
Can you make the plans smaller or bigger?
Yes. Most of the time plans can be resized to fit the wingspan you want. Call for special requests and a price quote.
The plans I want is not listed. What can I do?
Sometimes we can find a vendor who can supply your needs. We will be glad to pass on the information at no charge.
What is your exchange and refund policy?
Once shipped, all sales are final. We will try our best to make sure the quality is good but we can not guarantee satisfaction. For example: kit plans are not always complete with templates.
How will the plan be shipped?
Plans are rolled and sent by USPS Priority Mail. Foreign mail is folded and shipped in envelopes.
How long will it take to get my plans?
Normal shipping time is 1 to 3 weeks.
Do you have “walk-in sales” at the AMA Muncie site?
Yes. Plans ordered can be picked up after 2 p.m.
Can I see the plans before I order?
At this time, plans cannot be viewed.
Are pictures of the airplanes available?
Pictures of completed models built from Model Aviation magazine plans can be viewed on the AMA Web site www.modelaircraft.org. There are no pictures of airplanes built from the John Pond plan collection.