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1/48 Scale Bf 109E-3a Waiting!

1-48 Scale Swiss AF Bf 109E-3a CAD

1/48 Scale Swiss AF Bf 109E-3a Coming!

 
Ukrainian Model company Wingsy Kits has announced that it has started work to launch the Swiss Air Force Bf 109 E-3a in 1/48 scale. We only have 2 CAD images. Apart from this, no information has been shared yet. We are sure that detailed and interesting visuals about the model will come in 2023.

1/48 Scale Swiss AF Bf 109E-3a

 

Wingsy Kits made an interesting comment:

“Swiss Bf 109 E-3a in 1/48, work in progress. No matter how hard you try, to make a Swiss Emil it is not enough just to put the decal in the box”……………………. ..Wingsy Kits

 

Source: https://aeroscale.net/news/swiss-af-bf-109e-3a-planned?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

 

The Swiss Air Force operated some Bf 109 E-3a fighters during World War II. The Bf 109 E-3a was a variant of the Bf 109E, which was a single-seat, single-engine fighter plane developed by German plane manufacturer Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced fighter planes of its time, and it saw extensive service with the German Luftwaffe during the war.

The Bf 109 E-3a was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 601A inline engine, which gave it a top speed of around 350 km/h. It was armed with two 7.92 mm machine guns and one 20 mm cannon, and it could carry a variety of external stores, including bombs and rockets.

The Bf 109 E-3a was maneuverable and could hold its own against most other fighters of the time. Although it was surpassed by newer, more advanced fighter designs, the Bf 109 E-3a was an important part of the Swiss Air Force during World War II.

What are the technical differences between the Bf 109E-3a and the Bf 109E?

 

As far as I am aware, there were no significant technical differences between the Bf 109E-3a and the Bf 109E. Both planes were variants of the Bf 109E, which was a single-seat, single-engine fighter plane developed by the German plane manufacturer Messerschmitt. The main difference between the two planes was that the Bf 109E-3a was operated by the Swiss Air Force, whereas the Bf 109E was used by other air forces, such as the German Luftwaffe and the Italian Air Force.

Their capabilities and performance, the Bf 109E-3a and the Bf 109E were very similar. Both were powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 601A inline engine, which gave them a top speed of around 350 km/h. They were armed with two 7.92 mm machine guns and one 20 mm cannon, and they could carry a variety of external stores.
 

What was the most important feature that distinguishes the Swiss Air Force Bf 109 E-3a fighter plane from the models used in other air forces?

 

One of the most important features that distinguish the Swiss Air Force Bf 109 E-3a from other models is its country of origin. As the name suggests, the Bf 109 E-3a was operated by the Swiss Air Force, whereas other versions of the Bf 109 were used by other air forces, such as the German Luftwaffe or the Italian Air Force.

The Swiss Air Force Bf 109 E-3a would also have had Swiss markings and other identifying features, which would set it apart from other versions of the plane. Its capabilities, the Bf 109 E-3a were like other versions of the Bf 109, and it would have had the same performance characteristics and armament.

 

 
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