94005 Airspeed Envoy

1:72 LIMITED

26,74 € 26%
Airspeed Limited was founded in York, England, in 1931. The aircraft type was practically based on the previous Airspeed AS5 Courier. By then the company was already in Portsmouth. The AS6 Envoy first flew in June 1934. The airplane's construction was all-wood. The wingspan of these machines was 15.94 metres and the fuselage length was 10.53 metres. Read more

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Producer: RS Models

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2 decal variants:

 

1. Airspeed Envoy, OK - DOA (ex. OK - VIT), SLS, Trenčianské Biskupice, 1941, Slovensko

2. Airspeed Envoy, Vítkovické hornické a hutní těžírstvo, 1936-1939

 

With a maximum take-off weight of 2860kg and a high cruising speed of 265km/h for its time, the range with six passengers was over 1000km. In Czechoslovakia they were equipped with Walter Castor II engines. Several machines flew with CSA on the Prague-Moscow route and one machine at Vítkovice Ironworks as a commercial aircraft. After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia it was sold to Slovakia, flew there for some time and then burned down after a crash.

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Category: Limited Edition
Decal variants: Czechoslovakia
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