Armstrong Whitworth AW-X Atalanta

United Kingdom, 1932 - Designed in 1931 for the African and the Far Eastern routes of Imperial Airways, the Atalanta was an efficient and reliable airliner. Like the DH-86 the Atalanta had adequate reserve power to operate under tropical conditions (four engines) and hardly any accidents occurred. Although its career was as impressive (the last one still flying in 1944) as its looks and size, the Atalanta didn't get much publicity and remained one of the lesser known types of Imperial Airways.

Model FM57
Scale 1:72
Span 15.2 inch / 38,5 cm.
Livery Imperial Airways
Price € 1900

Indicated net prices as from July 2012.
Members of the EEC should add 21% V.A.T.


Previous - Next

BEL-AIR MODELS - Praised to the skies

Share |