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Detailed 1/144 scale assembly model kit of the Airbus A380, a four-engine, double-deck, wide-body airliner manufactured by the European corporation Airbus. The A380 made its maiden flight on 27 April 2005 from Toulouse, Frances (A380 MSN001), and it currently the largest passenger airliner in the world. Singapore Airlines, Emirates Airline, and Qantas are the major operators of the A380 as of 2009. This Revell Germany 1/144 scale assembly kit features: Structural details on surfaces, recessed panel lines. Detailed landing hear with filigree shock-absorbing legs and struts. 22 wheels with finely detailed rims. Imitation cockpit. Wings with separate landing and navigation lights. Winglets. Detailed vertical and horizontal tail units. Separate wing actuator fairings. Detailed pylons and engine cowlings. 4 RR Trent 900 engines. Separate antennae. Super decals with Lufthansa markings and extensive maintenance markings. 163 parts.
The Airbus A400M represents the next generation of long-range military transport aircraft. Development began in 1982, when the Future International Military Airlifter group was assigned to produce a replacement for the Transall C-160 and C-130 Hercules. The A400Ms first flight occurred on December 11, 2009, in Seville, Spain. Eight countries - including the U.K. and Germany - have ordered a total of 174 A400Ms. Deliveries are expected to occur by early 2013. Kit features a detailed cargo compartment, a cockpit with a movable loading ramp, extensive interior/exterior details, decals and much more.
This is the 1/144 Scale Antonov An-124 Plastic Model Kit from Revell. Suitable for Ages 13 and Older. FEATURES: Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white Detailed cockpit fitted with 6 seats and clear glazed windshield Separate nose section, which may be fixed in the open position with ramp down, and the access ladder to the cockpit in the extended or retracted position The large rear loading door can be fixed in the open or closed position Highly detailed freight compartment walls and panels with individual hatches and optional ladders Exquisitely detailed landing gear with 24 wheels (20 on the main and 4 on the nose), and highly detailed bays and doors Landing gear can be modeled in normal or in kneeling position Detailed engines Separate navigation lights on wings Waterslide decals Illustrated instructions MARKING OPTIONS: One decal sheet with markings for 6 versions: 1) Flights for the International Red Cross Geneva, RA-82045 2) Flights for the International Red Cross Geneva, RA-82081 3) Heavy-Lift and Volga-Dnepr on Charity Flights for Operation Christmas Child (2003) 4) Polet Cargo Airlines, RA-82075,
This plastic model kit requires plastic cement and paint for assembly, and they are sold separately.
Skill Level 2 Kit by Minicraft
When the unique Vee-tailed Beechcraft Bonanza first appeared, many fliers were startled when they realized there were only two tail surfaces, instead of the usual three. But Beechcraft engineers produced a successful design that eliminated the vertical fins that actually reduced drag and increased speed with the power available. The Bonanza became a popular private plane, somewhat in the category of a Cadillac or Lincoln of the sky. This model has a removable cowling and detailed engine. The cockpit interior, visible through the clear windows, contains the control columns, instrument panels and passenger seats.Colorful decals are matched to available model paints, and, of course, the model also has the Vee (or Butterfly) tail. Rotating propeller and includes display stand Detailed 6 cylinder engine Includes detailed interior Includes colorful striping and civilian registration decals Illustrated assembly instructions
In late 1958 Boeing announced a design study for A twin engined feeder airliner to complete the family of Boeing passenger jets. In Feb 1965 the first order was placed and the project went ahead. The 737 has since become the best selling commercial aircraft in aviation history with more than 5,900 orders from 225 customers so far.
When the first flight of the Boeing 747 occurred in 1969 the aircraft was the heaviest, most powerful, and had the largest passenger carrying capability of any civil airliner ever built. The 747 was the first widebody airliner and, consequently, the first of the Jumbo Jets. Today, even after the introductionof many new large passenger aircraft, the 747 maintains its status as having the largest passenger and cargo carrying capacity. The latest version of the 747, which this 1/144th scale Revell-Germany kit represents is the 747-400in which is distinguished from earlier models by the wintip winglets, extended upper deck, and larger engine nacelles each housing a General Electric CF6-80 high-bypass ration turbofan engine of 60,000lbs thrust. This kit of the 747-400 contains markings for Lufthansa. Kit features: Highly detailed 1/144th scale plastic kit for static display 155 parts in white and clear with fine recessed panel lines GE CF6-80 engine pods with detailed fan fronts and exhaust nozzles Detailed wheel wells and landing gear Clear windshield and wingroot landing lights - NOTE: the passenger cabin windows are punched out of the fuselage leaving a hole for each window. But, no clear parts are included for these windows! There aretherefore three options for dealing with the windows when assembling the kit: 1/ leave them as is - not very realistic; 2/ fill in the windows with putty and use aftermarket window decals; 3/ use a liquid window material such as Micro Krystal Kleer which forms a thin clear film in the window opening. There is no interior cabin or cockpit detail. Dimensions:
The maiden flight of the Boeing 747-8 took place in 2011. The 747-8F presents new standards in the fields of fuel efficiency and noise reduction. Kit features cargo details, detailed surfaces with recessed panel joints, Imitation cockpit, detailed undercarriage bays, detailed undercarriage legs and imitation brake discs, tail area with APU exhaust pipe, wings with separate navigation and landing lights, engine replicas, rotating front fan with finely detailed blades, piton tubes and antennas and display stand. Decals with Cargo lux emblems and decorative lining from a Boeing 747-8F, Cargo lux.
Boeing claims the 777-200LR (772C) will be the world's longest ranging commercial airliner, capable of flying 9420 nautical miles (17,446 km) in 18 hours. It will achieve this with huge 115,000 lbf (489 kN) thrust turbofans, a significantly increased MTOW and optional auxiliary fuel tanks in the rear cargo hold. Other new features include raked wingtips, a new main landing gear and additional structural strengthening. The Roll-out was at February, 15th, 2005. The first flight was at March 8, 2005, with EIS in January 2006. After its introduction into service, the only mass-produced aircraft with greater unrefuelled range will be the KC-10 Extender. Scale 1:400 New 777-200LR mold approved by Boeing - Highly authentic markings and colors - Die cast fuselage - 1/400 true-to-scale - Realistic landing gear included - Display stand included
The revolutionary commercial aircraft! Features a detailed undercarriage (with the option to display extended or retracted), detailed engine nacelles, a detailed rotating front fan, transparent window rows, a display stand and waterslide decals. Skill level: 3 Scale: 1:144 Length: 386 mm Wingspan: 420 mm Parts: 72
This is a Zvezda 1/144 Scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a long-range, mid-size wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Model kit features: Fine engraved panel lines, detailed optional position landing gear, boxed-in wheel wells, highly detailed nacelles (including dual intake compressor fans and exhaust turbine faces), injection-molded cabin windows and cockpit windscreen, plus optional display stand. Decals and painting reference for a single aircraft in house livery.
The enormous Boeing 747 long-haul aircraft completed its maiden flight on 9.2.1969. The jumbo jet had Pratt and Whitney engines with 22,680 kp thrust, a take-off weight of over 300,000 kg and could carry 442 passengers over a distance of 9,136 km.
Plastic model kit by Minicraft
For many pilots, this was the first plane they learned to fly. Simple, forgiving, but just remember, keep the landing speed at 60 mph! (At least thats what my instructor told me.) This model has a removable engine cowling, which allows you look at the detailed engine and accessories. You can see through the cockpit windows to view the instrument panel, controls and seats. The landing gear is covered by streamlined pants and, to finish it off, the decals offer a colorful design.
Skill level 2. Scale 1:48. Wingspan 8
Skill Level 2 Kit by Minicraft
Fully detailed interior-Everything from the flight controls and gauges down to the correct deluxe interior. Completely and correctly detailed engine with removable cowlings. Built in air foil moguls. Minicraftâs acclaimed decal sheet includes complete aircraft ID numbers for North and South America, Asia, Europe and the UK. We are also including the complete livery stripes for ease of decoration.
Skill Level 2 Kit by Minicraft
Fully detailed interior-Everything from the flight controls and gauges down to the correct deluxe interior. Completely and correctly detailed engine with removable cowlings and built in air foil moguls. Minicraftâs acclaimed decal sheet includes complete aircraft ID numbers for North and South America, Asia, Europe and the UK. We are also including the complete livery stripes for ease of decoration.