With technology improving everyday RC Jet Models are becoming easily available in the market to every flying enthusiast living in any part of the world. You can buy a two-stroke glow plug engine RC Jet model or even electric motor RC plane; both can be fun-filled options.
A remote control airplane model trainer would have been the best bet for a beginner. These are high-wing versions and are very flyer-friendly, which makes for an excellent first or beginner plane as they are extremely stable and you can almost fly them "hands-off". So the best way to begin is to buy an airplane that is easy to fly like a trainer and then when you have achieved a little bit of success, you can move onto more advanced aircraft like the EDFs electric ducted fan Jets and gas turbine rc jets .
There are tons of options and jet model equipment possibilities. But you need to understand that what you are looking for? What each option means and what possibilities arise from them? There are many models one can buy, for instance, an alternative to flying an EDF or gas turbine jet is a normal two-stroke RC glow engine jet model or an electric brush-less motor driven model. They do not look and sound real but all the flight characteristics resemblance a jet more than an outboard engine airplane.
The latest edition is the Hobbico Flyzone Diablo, a wonderful RC jet. The styling curves give this plane a sleek look and it comes in the advanced wing and twin ducted fan version as well to give it the speed for speed buffs.