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Naval aircraft


Naval aircraft of Germany

 
  
Arado AR 196

:100, aterial lastic

For Deutschland, Lutzow, Scharnhorst, Bismarck, Tirpitz, Prinz Eugen, Gneisenau, Admiral Graf Spee, Admiral Scheer

Price 40 EUR

  Aircraft catapult to Bismarck

:100, aterial lastic

Price 25 EUR

  Heinkel HE 60 D

:100, aterial lastic

Price 45 EUR

  Aircraft catapult to Admiral Graf Spee

:100, aterial lastic

Price   30 EUR

 

Heinkel He 114

:100, aterial lastic

Price 45 EUR 

 
Messerschmitt Bf.109

:100, aterial lastic

Price 50 EUR

   

   

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service

  Seaplane Aichi E13A

(Allied reporting name: "Jake", Imperial Japanese Navy Navy Air Service)


:100, aterial lastic

Price 45 EUR


Seaplane Mitsubishi F1M 

(Allied reporting name "Pete", was a Japanese reconnaissance floatplane of WWII. Imperial Japanese Navy, The Navy designation was "Type Zero Observation Seaplane"

:100, aterial lastic

Price 25 EUR


Russian naval aviation

 

Soviet ship multi-purpose helicopter Ka-28

:100, aterial lastic

Price 45 EUR 

  Soviet ship multi-purpose helicopter Ka-25

:100, aterial lastic

Price 45 EUR


Soviet strike fighter aircraft Yak-38.

Scale M:100.

The aircraft was based on the aircraft carrying cruisers of Project 1143 (Kiev, Minsk, Novorossiysk, Baku). NATO reporting name: "Forger-".

Price 45 EUR

 


  The Soviet/Russian deck fighter aircraft Sukhoi Su-27
(Russian: -27; NATO reporting name: Flanker).


Scale M:100.

Modifications: -27, -30, -33, -33, -34, -35, -37, -42, Shenyang J-11

Price 45 EUR