About the Aircraft:
The diminutive Folland Gnat was originally developed as a light and affordable jet fighter, but went on to be used extensively by the Royal Air Force as an advanced fast jet training aircraft. Entering RAF service in 1959, the Gnat was responsible for training many hundreds of future fast jet pilots during its 20 year service career.
About the Model:
Whether you're in search for a more sleek and stylish aircraft or looking to add a splash of colour to your collection, then the Folland Gnat T.1 is the perfect choice! Featuring two brilliant choices of livery schemes as well as 49 pieces in each set, the Gnat will make the perfect addition to your Airfix model range, as well as a gift for both younger and long-time model makers.
Scheme 1: RAF 4 FTS XS100/57 (1970).
Scheme 2: Oscar EW-5894 Fallus USS Essess 1991.
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