|Era:||Word War II|
|Origin:||british, New Zeland, Canadian|
The Airspeed Oxford was a British aeroplane developed early in the war and mainly used in training of multi-engine aircraft crews – pilots, navigators, gunners. The Oxfords saw service with the RAF as well as with air forces of other Commonwealth countries (RNZAF, RCAF, RAAF and SAAF). In the post war years, many Oxfords were also delivered to even more other countries. The Mk.I version of the Oxford was produced with the dorsal gun turrent and was mainly used for gunnery training.
And this is the version that our model represents. The styrene parts come with resin items and etches, and the decals offer markings for war time machines operated by the RAF, RNZAF and RCAF and a post war, yellow and blue machine of the RNAF – Royal Norwegian Air Force.
- Etches and resin cast parts already in the box