RV Aircraft is expanding its range of 1/72 scale Mirage III/5 with the release later this month [Jan, 2018] of the Mirage 5 Cyrano
A well known Czech producer, the R.V. Aircraft, have just announced a new airplane model kits family in their sales plan. This time we will be able to buy the thole series of Mirage III and its derivatives in 1:72 scale.
RV Aircraft is preparing a new decal set dedicated to 1:72 scale MiG-21PFM's.
RV Aircraft announces another 1:72 scale MiG in their offer.
At the turn of the months October and November RV Aircraft declares to release a new MiG-21SMT in 1:72 scale.
RV Aircraft have published final pictures of their two incoming decal releases in 1:72 scale.
RV Aircrafts prepares to release soon another decal set is 1:72 scale ,this time dedicated to MiG-15/15bis.
RV Aircraft prepares interesting decal set dedicated to Mig-21MF's in two scales: 1/72 and 1/48.
WW-Model website brings us some details of RV Aircraft MiG-23B model kit in 1:72 scale and an improved resin cockpit set for other variants of Flogger.
RV Aircraft, a company from Czech Republic, is preparing a release of another series of kits, this time of the German Focke Wulf Fw 190D's.
RV Aircraft continues production on the Mig's-23 assembly line, of course in 1:72 scale. New versions of the fighter have been recently released.
RV Resin from Czech Republic continues to widen their range of the Mig's-23 in 1/72 scale. This time the MiG 23ML, MiG 23MS and the MiG 23B will be released.
Another three editions of the 1/72 Mig-23 from R.V Resin is preparing to land in our stashes.
RV Resins have released an injected plastic MiG-23MF, in 1/72nd.
RV Resin have announced the future release of a new title in their series of Detailed Scale Drawings. This time the Mig 27 is their focus. The F-4 Phantom is a recent release.
RV Resin have announced the imminent release of three short run Mig 23 kits in injected plastic:
- Mig 23P
- Mig 23 MF “Hellfighter”
- Mig 23 ML “Tiger”.
RV Resin [Aircraft] are to release hopefully this September, the Siebel Si-204 as an injected plastic kit. Used a trainer and transport, it was originally designed for civilian use for Lufthansa as a eight seat passenger plane with two crew. It entered Luftwaffe service as a trainer. The aircraft was also built by SNCAN in France and also by CKD/BMM and later by Aero in Czechoslovakia.