Fiat G.91R NATO Air Forces

DS-004S

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Finishing option: Portuguese Air Force

The Fiat G-91 was a lightweight fighter-bomber, which won a NATO competition, with the aim of finding a light attack aircraft, inexpensive, low maintenance cost, ability to operate from short and rudimentary runways and able good performances and performance.

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Was introduced and operated by the Aeronautica Militare Italiana later the Luftwaffe German and Portuguese Air Force, the service of which performed combat missions, the so-called Portuguese Colonial War.

Several countries ignored the project or canceled their orders, the case of Greece, Turkey, France, Austria and the United States, despite these setbacks was produced over 19 years and remained operational for over 35, the German and Portuguese pilots nicknamed it "Gina" fondly.

Markings are supplied for three aircraft:

- Aircraft MM6305, Treviso Air Force Base, Italy - 1985

- G.91R, NATO "Black Sky" exercise, Waffenschule 50 (Weaponschool 50), Luftwaffe, Germany - 1970

- Aircraft 5425, Portuguese Air Force, Mozambique - 1970

Scale:1/72
Width:118 mm
Length:143 mm
Finish Options:3
Number of Parts89

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Fiat G.91R NATO Air Forces

Fiat G.91R NATO Air Forces

Finishing option: Portuguese Air Force

The Fiat G-91 was a lightweight fighter-bomber, which won a NATO competition, with the aim of finding a light attack aircraft, inexpensive, low maintenance cost, ability to operate from short and rudimentary runways and able good performances and performance.

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