|Era:||Interwar, Word War II|
The Potez 25 was one of the most widely used aeroplanes of the 1920s and 1930s. The Potez company produced its type 25 not just for the French Air Force and Navy, the biplane was also exported to any countries in Europe, Asia and Americas. In some of these countries the type was also manufactured under licence. The Potez 25 was mainly powered by in-line engines, some versions could also be fitted with a radial, most often of the Jupiter type. And this is also the version portrayed now by our kitset and the marking options cover machines as flown in Estonia, Finland and Yugoslavia.
- Interesting variety of the original Potez 25
- Wheels or skis undercarriage option
- Eye-catching selection of colour schemes