List of products by manufacturer Airfix

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Reference: A07114
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
28,00 €
Reference: A09179
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
45,00 €
Reference: A08017
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
34,00 €
Ordered straight from the drawing board in 1935, the Bristol Type 142, later called the Blenheim, saw service across all the major fronts of the Second World War. The Blenheim was used extensively by the RAF as both a light bomber and fighter before being phased out of service in 1943.
Reference: A04059
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
17,95 €
Reference: A02074
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
10,20 €
Reference: A19003
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/24
149,00 €
Reference: A10101A
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
42,00 €
Reference: A05128
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
22,95 €
Reference: A50180
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
30,40 € 32,00 € -5%
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Reference: A02103
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
9,95 €
Reference: A02102
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
9,95 €
Reference: A50089A
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/32
14,50 €
Its not the most famous RAF aircraft of WWII, the Whitley was one of three British medium bombers in service at the outbreak of the WWII and although it was withdrawn from front line bombing duties following the introduction of heavier, four-engined bombers.
Reference: A09009
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
39,95 €
This unit is by far the most effective version of the He III series and certainly the one that was built in most numbers, the Heinkel He III ‘H’ attempted to address some of the shortcomings of the stage 1 models and upgrade the performance of this widely used aircraft.
Reference: A07007
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
29,00 €
As US bomber operations iniate at airfields all over Southern England from the summer of 1942, the vehicles used in servicing their Liberators and Flying Fortresses were slowly changing from the standard RAF support vehicles, to specialised US Air Force gear.
Reference: A06304
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
25,95 €
Hawker Hurricane was arguably the most important fighter aircraft available to the Royal Air Force at the beginning of WWII much because of it's reliability. It was easier to produce and more forgiving to fly than the more glamorous Spitfire.
Reference: A05129
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
22,00 €
Originally, this airplane entered RAF service as a heavy fighter/night fighter in August 1940, the Bristol Beaufighter proved to be an extremely versatile aircraft.  Perhaps best known as a Coastal Command strike aircraft, Beaufighters could launch savage attacks against all manner of Axis shipping targets.
Reference: A05043
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
22,00 €
When the Nakajima B5N1 torpedo bomber began it's service in 1937, it was the most advanced aircraft of its type in the world. Also Known by its Allied reporting name of ‘Kate’, the B5N1 proved devastatingly effective in the early Pacific engagements of WWII. 
Reference: A04060
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
17,95 €
The summer of 2016 marks the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme. Also known as the Somme Offensive it began on July 1st 1916 and ran until November 18th and was intended to achieve a decisive breakthrough for Allied Forces against the German frontline on the Western Front in France.
Reference: A50178
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
45,00 €
Held in extremely high regard by the British people, the distinctive yellow Search and Rescue Sea King HAR.3 helicopters of the Royal Air Force always seemed to be immediatly available when help was needed most.
Reference: A55307
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/72
20,50 €
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