Concorde€22,99 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The Angelo-French super-sonic airliner is one of the most spectacular aircraft dvelopments of the last few years. The first flght of the British Aircaft Corporation and Aerospatiale joint production was on 2nd March 1969. Passenger flights started operating at the beginning of 1976 (transatlantic and middle-east routes). The Concorde has four Olympus 593 engines (17.000 kp thrust each) and achieved a maximum crusing speed of mach 2,04. Range: 6.580 km, passenger capacity 128-144.- Nose optional in 2 positions- 2 double engines- Undercarridge optional in two positions2 versions British Airways
Nuclear Carrier U.S.S. Enterprise€24,99 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The nuclear powered Enterprise is the first aircraft carrier of its kind and is one of the largest ships ever built. On 25.11.1961 this gigantic aircraft carrier was put into service. Eight water-cooled reactors generate a total output of 300,000 hp, with which the ship reaches an average speed of 35 knots. The displacement is 75,700 tons and the flight deck is 76.8 meters wide. On average, 414 officers and 4,260 crew members are on board. As the Enterprise is independent of external supplies due to its nuclear propulsion, large fuel depots are available for the on-board aircraft. The largest and most modern U.S. Navy aircraft can be deployed from the Enterprise.To model:- Can be built with a complete fuselage or as a waterline model- 30 aircrafts- Detailed superstructures- Rocket arming- Radar antennas- U.S. Navy decals- Display stands
Lancaster B.III “DAMBUSTERS”€29,99 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The Avro Lancaster was the most famous RAF heavy bomber of the 2nd World War andwent into service in 1942. More than 7,300 of these machines were built for RAF Bomber Command. One of the most important RAF targets was the destruction of theRuhr dams that supplied important industrial installations with power. In order to accurately attack such robust targets as dams or barrages a rotating bomb wasdeveloped which was better known as the bouncing bomb . For this attack a special new unit was set up, 617 Squadron under the command of Wing Commander Guy Gibson. Code-named Operation Chastise this raid took place with 19 Lancaster bombers on the night of 16th to 17th May 1943. The first two dams – Möhne and Eder – were successfully destroyed, whereas the other two – Ennepe andSorpe withstood the attack.