Flygplan C-54D Berlin Airlift "70th Anniv", svårighetsgrad 5, plastbyggsats.
Number of parts:352
The Soviet Military Administration began the blockade of West Berlin in June 1948. Transport flights to resupply the approximately 2.2 million citizens began shortly thereafter. Douglas C-54's were mostly used and christened Raisin bomber by the grateful population. Around 2.1 million tonnes of supplies had been flown in by the end of the blockade in 1949.
- Finely structured surfaces
- Detailed under-carriage
- Rotating propeller
Authentic representation of the following versions:
- Douglas C-54D Skymaster, Air Transport Command, Airlift Berlin, 1948
- Douglas C-54D Skymaster, USAF, Airlift Berlin, 1948
- Douglas C-54D Skymaster, US Navy, Airlift Berlin, 1948