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First flying in 1939, the Focke-Wulf Fw190 proved to be an immediate threat to RAF fighters when introduced in late 1941, being faster and more manoeuvrable than the Spitfire V6 then in service. This A-8 version was the most numerous and heavily armed variant, which entered service in 1944, as an attempt to stop the Allied daylight raids, however, by then the new Allied fighters had begun to outclass it.Learn More
Regarded by many people as the most famous aeroplane the world has ever seen, the Supermarine Spitfire was one of the first all-metal monoplane fighters, at a time when many of the worlds air forces were still equipped with biplane designs.Learn More
The first production Spitfire Mk.I was delivered to RAF No.19 Squadron at Duxford on 4th August 1938 and heralded the arrival of a future aviation icon. With various upgraded marks of this classic fighter serving throughout WWII, the Spitfire is arguably the most famous fighter aircraft to ever take to the skies.Learn More
The Vickers Wellington was Britain’s most capable bomber at the start of WWII and would see extensive service throughout the war, including with RAF Coastal Command. Undertaking long and arduous maritime patrols, Wellington Mk.VIIIs performed reconnaissance, anti-submarine and anti-shipping strike roles in the vital battle against German U-boats, helping to keep Britain’s sea lanes open and preventing Axis forces re-supplying by sea.Learn More
P-40N Kittyhawk Die Cast Model FX-760, 112 Squadron, RAF, 1944.
Aircraft displayed at the RAF Museum Hendon, London.Learn More
The Airfix 1/72 Avro Lancaster B.III Model Kit accurately recreates the real life RAF WW2 aircraft. This plastic aircraft kit requires paint and glue to complete.
This fantastic model has been created using the Airfix advanced CAD design used on all the new models, and we think you’ll agree the results are stunning!Learn More
The search is on! Find your enemies with this impressive army radar truck. It has a rotating radar dish and strong free rolling wheels. Made with die-cast metal and plastic, it is sturdy enough for indoor and outdoor play. An ideal gift for any time of the year and supplied in a secure box.Learn More
Representing today's modern and highly capable Royal Air Force, the Eurofighter Typhoon now performs the same interceptor role as that previously carried out by the famous Spitfires and Hurricanes of the Battle of Britain, protecting Britain's skies from unauthorised incursion. With RAF bases at Coningsby and Lossiemouth maintaining around the clock Quick Reaction Alert cover for the country 365 days a year, any potential hostile aircraft incursion is immediately challenged by one of the world's most capable fighting aeroplanes.Learn More
This diecast metal model from Corgi captures a key point in history – with a complete, painted and rigged model. You’ll know you acquired something special from the moment you hold the beautiful box. What is tucked inside the artful packaging is a finely modelled 1:48 recreation of a moment in history. When this RAF plane brought down the Red Baron.Learn More