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Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7221007
The de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth is a single-engined biplane and was designed by Geoffrey de Havilland and built by the de Havilland Aircraft Company - it first flew in October 1931. It was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other operators as a primary trainer aircraft. Originally powered b..
£34.99 Ex Tax:£29.16
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7226020
Designed and developed immediately after World War II, by de Havilland Canada, as a trainer replacement for the de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane, the DHC-1 Chipmunk first took to the skies at DHC's Downsview base, near Toronto, on 22nd May 1946. Into service within months, the Chipmunk was procured i..
£34.99 Ex Tax:£29.16
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7226019
Designed and developed immediately after World War II, by de Havilland Canada, as a trainer replacement for the de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane, the DHC-1 Chipmunk first took to the skies at DHCs Downsview base, near Toronto, on 22nd May 1946. Into service within months, the Chipmunk was procured in..
£34.99 Ex Tax:£29.16
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7226018
Designed and developed immediately after World War II, by de Havilland Canada, as a trainer replacement for the de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane, the DHC-1 Chipmunk first took to the skies at DHC's Downsview base, near Toronto, on 22nd May 1946. Into service within months, the Chipmunk was procured i..
£34.99 Ex Tax:£29.16
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7226021
Designed and developed immediately after World War II, by de Havilland Canada, as a trainer replacement for the de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane, the DHC-1 Chipmunk first took to the skies at DHC's Downsview base, near Toronto, on 22nd May 1946. Into service within months, the Chipmunk was procured i..
£34.99 Ex Tax:£29.16
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7252002
Developed for the Royal Navy, the Fairey Gannet was the first fixed-wing aircraft to combine both the search and strike portions of anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations by the Fleet Air Arm (FAA). It was fitted with a double turboprop engine driving two contra-rotating propellers and first flew i..
£79.99 Ex Tax:£66.66
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7222005
Designed by WEW Petter, the Gnat has its origins in the design of its predecessor, the Folland Midge. Envisioned as an affordable light fighter in contrast to the rising cost and size of typical combat aircraft, it would subsequently be redesigned as a two-seater trainer, and this is the version mod..
£33.00 Ex Tax:£27.50
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7228004
Following in the contrails of Aviation 72s successful two-seat T.1 trainer variant that has spawned many versions in 1/72 scale, the Gnat's casting was modified to replicate the original solo cockpit 'light fighter' F.1 that first flew in 1955. \n\nThe British Folland Gnat was developed as a compact..
£42.98 Ex Tax:£35.82
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7254003
The Javelin is a twin-engined, all-weather interceptor aircraft that served with the RAF from the mid-1950s until the late 1960s. A T-tailed, delta-wing aircraft designed for day and night operations, it was the last aircraft design to bear the Gloster name. Introduced in 1956, it was eventually suc..
£79.99 Ex Tax:£66.66
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7251001
Only very recently retired from service, the Panavia Tornado was jointly developed and manufactured by Italy, the UK and Germany, and was operated by their respective air forces. The Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) became the only export customer.\n\nThe hugely popular and effective Tornado is depicted..
£69.98 Ex Tax:£58.32
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7225005
Developed from the Beagle Pup, the Bulldog is a two-seat side-by-side training aircraft. The prototype first flew in May 1969. Before any production aircraft were built, Beagle Aircraft ceased trading and the production rights for the aircraft were taken over by Scottish Aviation. The largest custom..
£33.00 Ex Tax:£27.50
Brand: Aviation 72 Model: AV7227005
A two-seat turboprop basic trainer, built by Short Brothers in Belfast, the Short Tucano is a licence-built version of the Brazilian Embraer EMB 312 Tucano. The Brazilian prototype first flew in 1986 and was then modified to meet RAF requirements, being used for trials and demonstrations. Developmen..
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