The Air Hogs Star Trek Enterprise drone allows users to patrol the neutral zone with the iconic NCC-1701A model. It features an integrated light system, authentic sounds, advanced drone technology and a 50th anniversary collector’s display stand. Age: 10+, MSRP $129.99 USD
I think they've done a remarkable job in maintaining the look and details of the Enterprise while somehow getting a quadcopter inside it! Continue below for more images, and a video of it in action!
If you squint at this back view you can also get look at the box art:
UPDATE: Figures.com have added a few shots of this model in their gallery from the Toy Fair, including a clear image of the box:
And this is the controller.
Above images come via Gizmodo's Toyland and Millionaire Playboy. Meanwhile there is also a video of the Enterprise drone in action, captured, surreptitiously, at the Nuremberg Toy Fair a couple of weeks ago:
While not the first remote control flying starship, I think it is certainly the most impressive, in both flight abilities and maintaining the design of the ship. It has been preceded by Tyco's remote control fliers, and rocket-powered models from Estes, as well as hand powered options in the form of Playmates gliding Enterprise-D and ThinkGeek's glorious Enterprise frisbee.