'' Messerschmitt Me262A - POSTWAR ''
The Czechoslovak aircraft industry continued to produce single-seat (Avia S-92) and two-seat (Avia CS-92) variants of the Me 262 after World War II. From August 1946, a total of nine S-92s and three two-seater CS-92s were completed and test flown. They were introduced in 1947 and in 1950 were supplied to the 5th Fighter Squadron, becoming the first jet fighters to serve in the Czechoslavak Air Force. These were kept flying until 1951 when they were replaced in service by more advanced jet fighters of Soviet origin. Both versions are on display at the Prague Aviation musseum in Kbely.
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Czechoslovak Air Force, "PL-01".
Czechoslovak Air Force, "V-33".
Aantal onderdelen: 51.
Lengte 148 mm
Spanwijdte 175 mm