Hobby Master 1:72 Air Power Series Diecast Model
McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) CF-18A Hornet – 425 Squadron, RCAF, Quinte International Air Show, Trenton, Ontario, Canada, 2016
1:72 Scale. Length: 9.25". Wingspan: 6.25"
Limited production of approximately 750 models
On March 12, 2011 the Arab League asked the U.N. Security Council to impose a no-fly zone over Libya. Canada, along with the U.S., the U.K. and France sent men and machines to carry out the nofly zone. Between late March 2011 and November Canada sent six CF-18s along with other aircraft and support as its contribution. One of the CF-18s was 188759 c/n 405/A337 from 425 Squadron and on June 25-26 2016 it made an appearance at the Quinte International Air Show held at Trenton Ontario.Opening canopy
Detailed cockpit with a removable pilot figure
Realistic panel lines
Historically accurate printed graphics
Optional open or closed airbrake
Removable weapons and external fuel tanks
Optional extended landing gear
Box with F/A-18 Hornet artwork
The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F/A-18 Hornet is a supersonic, twin-engine, all-weather fighter and attack aircraft flown by the US Navy, US Marine Corps and other allied nations. The F/A-18 was first flown on November 18, 1978 with the first production flight taking place on April 12, 1980. The first 380 F/A-18s were the A version and in September 1987 production switched to the F/A-18C. Variants A and C are single-seat while B and D variants are tandem-seats. The Hornet can operate from either aircraft carriers or land bases and have the capability of in-flight refueling. A total of 1,480 A-D variants were built.
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Category: Hobby Master 1:72 Military Aircraft Models
Not suitable for children under the age of 14 years