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Welcome to the Inflight 200 Models website. We shall be posting regular updates with all the news from Inflight 200 and what is being proposed for the future with the range. Inflight 200 models are regarded as some of the best diecast 200 scale models on the market with a high quality of detail and printing making a true 200 scale replica. We at Inflight 200 have a great range of models which is collectible.Please bookmark the site and check back with us as we are sure there will be something for your collection.

April 2021

Hard to think that we are in April already. The good news is that the production is starting to improve, a little, and the models are now being shipped from the factory. The other good news is the L1011 TriStar is now shipping and this has the revised tooling where it now has the magnetic removable gear and the nose wheel which can turn, this has been worked on for some time and now at last this is available and the models which are being shipped out have this. Along with the L1011 the A340-200 is also being shipped both models should have been shipped for the last shipment before the Lunar holidays but had to be held back due to the instructions to close the factories early to allow time for the workers to travel home. We hope later this month we should see the Boeing 777-300er production and several other types. 

The new releases have just been announced and an interesting release is the proposed USAF C-10 which was a contender for the Air Force One replacement, thank you for allowing us to use their article. Other models released this month are the United Kingdom and SAS A321NEO as well as the TWA Boeing 727 which will have the weathered look on it, the 727 was notorious for having a dirty tail with the thrust reversers and this will be replicate don this aircraft. At the end of this month, we hope to be able to bring you more information on the new tooling, which is under development at this time, if the factory can progress with this then this should be exciting news. 

We wish you all well and we thank you once again for your support and for the interesting emails that we receive with ideas for future releases.        

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Qantas Boeing 767-238/ER VH-EAN

“NEW ARRIVALS” is where you can see photos of the most recent models in the process of being despatched Worldwide to our distributors. A newly added "FEATURED GALLERY" will display 15 releases of model aircraft we think will be of interest to the collector or Airline organisation respectively.


During 2020 we manufactured more exclusive models for Airlines and Air Forces worldwide than ever before and we are proud to announce many more are on order so keep on your favourites and check back regularly for updates. Also download our new mobile APP which will send you alerts to when new contact is added to the website with the latest releases and news.


Varig Boeing 757-256 PP-VTT With Stand



See our latest releases section for new arrivals and future releases. Feel free to click on the collections where you can see the complete production listing for each type manufactured.


InFlight 200 is a professional range of 1:200 scale model aircraft manufactured for the World's Airlines and model collectors alike.

Pioneering engineers for Inflight200 were able to manufacture a superb quality of model aircraft never seen before in the scale of 1:200. The range has high technical tampo printing, rolling undercarriage with rubber tyres, spinning fan blades in the engines, antennas and with the larger aircraft types a swivelling nose wheel, leaving nothing to the imagination. With feedback and praise coming from airlines and collectors around the world Inflight200 continues to strive to set new standards including additions of flaps up or flaps down choices in wing configuration.

Inflight Line-Up

Inflight200 has a wide range of civil and military aircraft types manufactured over the years including "retro" models of the 1960's, 70's and 80's. The largest aircraft manufactured to date has been the NASA Boeing 747 with space shuttle on the back, down to the smallest being the Lockheed C-140 Jetstar. New mould types are planned so keep a close eye on this website for more news.

Please use the navigation menu to the left to view the wide array of models released to date.

2007 was an historic year for Boeing with the 40th Anniversary of the first flight of the ever popular 737-200 which first took to the skies back in 1967 on August 8th. To commemorate this we have produced a limited edition model to represent the first flight of this historic airliner.

Historic Aircraft

Inflight200 are pleased to be able to offer model types of airliners and military transports from the 1960's to the current day.

We celebrated in 2007 also the 40th anniversary of the Douglas DC-8-63 which first flew on April 10th 1967 and was delivered to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines on July 15th of the same year. The aircraft was then put into commercial service on July 27th 1967. With the development of the series 63 aircraft which was the fuselage of the DC-8-61 and the wings of the DC-8-62, we at Inflight thought it would be good to develop this model from our very much appreciated DC-8-62. We were pleased to be able to introduce the DC-8-63 into the collection in 2008, with Iberia being the first and CP Air coming later that year.

We at Inflight 200 want to be able to capture the history of aviation with models of high quality and detail.

We hope you enjoy our efforts in bringing accurate models to your collection.


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We at InFlight 200 would like to show the amount of precision work involved and the various stages of manufacturing process, from concept to finished product. Below, is only a small sample of the intense work that goes into the production of our models.

Stage 1: Deciding the subject of the next mould.

Using the 747 as an example, the first thing to establish is how many liveries can be applied to the aircraft, bearing in mind that the mould cost for this aircraft is in excess of US $80,000! Of course, the 747 will be a very popular subject, hence the next step is to approach Boeing for the license to manufacture their aircraft. Once licensing is agreed, and royalties are negotiated, we can move on to stage 2...

Stage 2: Deciding the colour scheme for the next release.

This stage of production takes place at least six months before scheduled release date. The choice of scheme depends on a number of factors, such as airline license, saleability and collectability. If an airline approaches us for a product, we do our best to ensure that limited numbers become available for the collector, for example with the Qantas releases. Once an airline has been decided, any airline licenses are obtained and royalties negotiated, we can then move on to stage 3...

Stage 3: Artwork.

Communication with the factory in China opens with us sending information and reference pictures for the chosen subject. With regular visits to the factory, we are able to check up on progress, and make corrections and alterations where necessary; if needed, we can consult the airlines for their requirements. Artwork (see below) can take up to two/three months to achieve the required standard, with various emails and telephone calls back and forth to the factory before stage 4...

The artwork for this particular aircraft was put on various forums for the collector to scrutinize, and to pass comments on anything that needed amending.

Stage 4: Manufacturing process.

Once the artwork has been approved and signed off, the model can then go into production. Contrary to belief, these models are hand made. Each model passes through approximately 30-40 pairs of hands before the finished aircraft is boxed for dispatch.

  • The cast of the aircraft is produced and cleaned up by hand.
  • The wing and fuselage sections are then prepared for printing.
    The prepared sections are then tampo printed for the correct colour scheme.
  • This process can take several repetitions, depending on the complexity of the final colour scheme.
  • The printed parts are then assembled and quality control looks for any defects on the parts.
  • The final stage in the factory is for the product to go through a final quality control check, then it is boxed in preparation for dispatch.

Stage 5: Distribution.

All orders are fulfilled from the distribution centre in Hong Kong and shipped out all around the world to the relevant distributors, who in turn distribute to their authorized retailers.

Stage 6: Retail.

We would like to thank the retailers for their support of our product and collectors worldwide for purchasing our product.


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For customers looking for spare parts, can we ask you to contact your authorized Inflight 200 model's retailer where the model was purchased. If the authorized retailer cannot help you then please contact us, and we shall do our best to help at [email protected] . Please note that some parts may not be available for the older models.

Please note only the smaller parts are offered such as antennas, wheels, navigation lights and engine fans we do not supply spare tails, wings and larger parts. We are also unable to offer a service for repairing models.

We at Inflight 200 models support our authorized retailers and all rrequests for spare parts must be accompanied by proof of purchase from an Inflight 200 retailer.

All packages will have a standard $10.00 usd with a maximum of 6 parts.

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