The Heinkel He 162 Volksjager (People's Fighter) was a German single-engine jet-powered fighter aircraft used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. It was designed and built very quickly, taking its first fight in December 1944 and entering service in 1945.
The latest addition to the Oxford Aviation range is a 1:72 scale replica of the only Dornier Do 335 ‘Pfeil’ (Arrow) still in existence. The original aircraft is on display in America at the Udva Hazy Centre, Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC.
The Bristol F.2 fighter was a British two-seat bi-plane fighter and reconnaissance aircraft designed by Frank Barnwell, which took its first flight in September 1916 and was in production well into the late 1920s. It served during WWI where it proved to be an agile and solid aircraft.
This replica is a sea-based Hornet F20, as used by the Royal Navy. Decorated in all-over silver, the under wing tips and propeller spinner are bright red. The RAF roundels feature in red, white and blue on the upper and under wings