The Wright Flyer, also called the Flyer I, Kitty Hawk, or 1903 Flyer, was designed and built by the Wright brothers. It was the first heavier-than-air, powered, man-controlled aircraft to maintain sustained flight. The first flight, on December 18, 1903, piloted by Orville, lasted 12 seconds and flew 120 feet. A total of four flights were made that day in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. This is a must-have for any aviation enthusiast.
This highly detailed 1:72 scale, the diecast metal model comes with a plastic base and measures 3.5 in. long with a wingspan of 6.75 in.