Latest News

Active filters

Airspeed Oxford Aircraft Models

Discover our selection of diecast models of the Airspeed Oxford - Expertly Crafted, Historically Significant, and Collectible Airplane Models.

The Airspeed Oxford was a British twin-engine crew trainer aircraft, widely used during World War II. Developed in the 1930s by Airspeed Ltd., it was one of the Royal Air Force's primary training aircraft, used for training bomber crews in navigation, radio-operating, bombing, and gunnery.

Known for its versatility and reliability, the Oxford played a crucial role in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. The aircraft was a modified version of the commercial Airspeed AS.10 and AS.6 Envoy. Variants of the Oxford included the Mark I and Mark II, differing primarily in their radial and inline engine types, respectively. The Airspeed Oxford's contribution to the training of thousands of Allied aircrew during WWII and its role in maintaining operational standards make it a subject of great interest for aviation enthusiasts and model collectors, particularly those interested in the history of military training aircraft and WWII aviation.