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We have rounded up the best content from the month of July, including the arrival of a whole host of fantastic Airfix kits for you to sink your teeth into, plus the latest editions of our blogs and much more!
Top Pick of the Month
BAE Hawk 100 Series
Building on the incredible success of the RAF’s British Aerospace Hawk trainer, the 100 series was a significant development of the original design, which resulted in a much more aggressive looking aeroplane.
Now, this 1:72 scale Airfix model, with three appealing scheme options included, is available and ready to order!
The 1:72 scale Mig 17 & Douglas Skyhawk Dogfight Double Set and the 1:48 scale Folland Gnat are both now available to order!
Explore our full range of New Arrivals now!
July would normally witness the busiest period of the UK Airshow season and although things may unfortunately be very different this year, there is no reason why we shouldn’t still make July ‘Aviation Month’ on our blog.
In the first of a two part review feature, this month’s first edition of Aerodrome heads back to last year's Royal International Air Tattoo.
In the second instalment of our RIAT 2019 review we take a closer look at an American classic which went on to see service with air forces all over the world, before moving on to a pair of former Eastern Bloc jet heavyweights.
We started the month with a massive Airfix update in our first edition of Workbench, looking at a classic jet pairing from our popular Dogfight Doubles range and discussed how an impending release from our Vintage Classics range will definitely delight modelling fans of wartime Italian aviation.
Then, for the 130th edition of the blog, we looked at a post war British aircraft which continues to train student pilots with air forces all over the world. We also reported on the impending return of an Airfix modelling ‘Classic’ and see how WWII M18 Hellcat crews became adapt in the execution of ‘Shooting and scooting’.
For all of this and much more read Workbench today!