Bristol Britannia

The Bristol Britannia was a large turboprop aircraft, with the 300 series seating more than 130 passengers. It first flew with BOAC in 1955, but due to technical problems and the advent of jet aircraft such as the 707 and DC-8, the aircraft was never commercially successful, with only 85 aircraft being built. Canadair also built modified Britannia's under license called "CL-44's". These were produced for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and later for freight carriers such as Flying Tigers. A total of 72 Canadian aircraft were built. The Inflight200 Britannia features rolling rubber tires and detailed antenna's.