7223 Amodel 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-15
In 1945, the first Soviet aircraft with a turbojet engine was created in the design Bureau of A. S. Yakovlev. The first flight on the Yak-15 aircraft was performed in April 1946 by test pilot M. I. Ivanov. Yak-15 began to enter the combat units in 1946 and in a short time were successfully mastered by the personnel. In total, 280 production aircraft were produced. Serial production of the Yak-15 was discontinued in 1947.
The set includes: sprues - 4 (1 - transparent), decal - 1, Assembly instructions - 1, packing box - 1.
Caution! Glue and paints are not included.
The configuration and appearance of the model are subject to change without notice.