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Folland Gnat 1:48 - A05123



Expected 28/11/2014

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  • Scale: 1:48
  • Skill: 2
  • Flying Hours: 2
  • Number of Parts: 96
  • Dimensions (mm): L230 x W153

Developed as a small, lightweight and manoeuvrable fighter, the Folland Gnat was never accepted into RAF service in that role. However, after being re-designed with two seats, it found its niche as a superb trainer and its small size and excellent aerobatic capability made it a natural choice for the RAF’s aerobatic teams. The Yellow Jacks first used the Gnat to great effect, before the Red Arrows used it as their first aircraft.

Designed by W.E.W Petter, the Gnat entered RAF service in 1962 giving trainee pilots the perfect first experience of fast jets before they moved onto the Hunters and Lightnings they would fly on front line duties. Eventually the introduction of the Hawk jet trainer meant the end for the Gnat and they were phased out of RAF service in the late 1970s. A large number were however passed to private operators where they still continue to be displayed at air shows.

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Primary Scheme

A - Folland Gnat T.1, No.4 Flying Training School, Royal Air Force Valley, Anglesey, Wales, 1973.

B - Central Flying School, Royal Air Force Little Rissington, Gloucestershire, England, 1964.

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