The saunders ST-27 was a regional airliner built by the Canadian Saunders Aircraft Company during the 1970s from the De havilland Heron, whose fuselage was lengthened to accommodate 23 passengers and two turboprop engines were placed to give a better power. A total of 12 ST-27s were built. Despite its promising future as a regional aircraft, the project did not proceed as funding was withdrawn from the Manitoba government in 1976.
Paper Model contains 4 Pages incluiding
3 Full Color cover page with instructions
1 pages of parts with a degree of difficulty of 3/5
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