.:Arma Hobby:. Hawker Hurricane | metal wings | Mk. I = late september 2018

 Arma Hobby presents the preview of Hawker Hurricane Mk I plastic models in 1/72 scale. This is the first replica of this aeroplane in many years, precisely in the version from the Battle of Britain. The characteristic feature is correctly reproduced “metal wings” armed with eight powerful machine guns .303 in calibre.
Metal Wings...new moulds... yay

.:Italeri:. BAE HAWK T1 #reissue2018

 The Hawk T Mk 1 was developed by Hawker Siddeley, today part of BAE Systems, to equip the Royal Air Force advanced training units in the second half of the 1970’s. Its aerodynamic configuration is characterized by the two-man tandem cockpit and by the low-mounted wings. It is powered by a Rolls Royce Adour turbofan engine able to guarantee good flying performances. The Hawk has a very good maneuverability and it is considered one of the best subsonic trainer.  The Hawk T1A version was, more in details, developed to equip the RAF’s Tactical Weapons Units and it can be armed with two air-to-air AIM-9L Sidewinder missiles and a centerline Aden gun pod. It achieved a good commercial success and it was adopted by several Air Forces around the World. Further more, the Hawk T1A, in a modified and dedicated version, is currently used by the Royal Air Force aerobatic team “Red Arrows”

.:Azur-Frrom:. CASA C-212-300 France #released

Camouflages:
  • Cam A, C-212-300 Aviocar F-ZVMP, c/n 378, Test Flight Center, Armée de l'Air. Jan 2015, Istres, France.
  • Cam B, C-212-100 F-GOGN, operated by Boogie Performance, Agen-La Garenne, France. Damaged on the 15 th of Nov, 2009. Appeared in a movie.
  • Cam C, C-212-300 F-HBMP, ex F-ZVMR (1988), c/n 387, CAE Aviation. France, 2009/2014.
  • Cam D, CASA C-212-300 Aviocar, F-ZVMO, c/n 377, Test Flight Center, Istres, France, 2009/2011. Changed to F-ZAEA in 2015.

.:Italeri:. LTV A-7E Corsair II #soon

#reissue

The LTV A-7 Corsair II is an American carrier-capable subsonic light attack aircraft manufactured by Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV) to replace the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk. Its airframe design is somewhat a smaller version of the supersonic Vought F-8 Crusader. The Corsair II initially entered service with the United States Navy (USN) during the Vietnam War. It was later adopted by the United States Air Force (USAF), including the Air National Guard, to replace the Douglas A-1 Skyraider and North American F-100 Super Sabre. The aircraft was also exported to Greece in the 1970s, and to Portugal in the late 1980s. /wikipedia/