Aeronaves de Mexico, now AeroMexico, operated their DC-3s in their attractive orange Aztec scheme well into the late 1960s. [Read more…] about Aeronaves de Mexico DC-3s Released
British aviation film company “Aces High” provided two Dakotas for the filming of the 1980s British TV series “Airline” based on a fictional shoestring airline in the late 1940s. G-DAKS starred as “Vera Lynn”, marked as G-AGHY. [Read more…] about “Vera Lynn” C-47 G-DAKS / G-AGHY Released
Built in 1940 and restored over a three-year period, Delta’s Ship 41 is finished in a gleaming, polished aluminum finish. Ship 41 is powered by Wright Cyclone engines and currently resides at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA adjacent to Hartsfield International Airport. This set is available in 1:144, 1:200, 1:72 and 1:48 scales, click on either image to be linked into our store site.
Calgary, Canada based Kenn Borek Air operates 7 Basler BT-67’s. This decal depicts C-FMKB which is used in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program which maintains three year-round research stations in the Antarctic.
This set is available in 1:72 scale and can be used along with the excellent Basler BT-67 conversion from Wolf Model as well as in 1:48 scale for the BT-67 conversion from Red Bear Resins. We also offer the set in 1:144 scale for those so brave to do an extensive kitbash of the Minicraft DC-3 or Roden C-47.