The Canadair is the most famous firefighting plane of the aviation history. It is based on the flying boat amphibious water bomber concept and it is an extremely effective tool to protect the environment against the fire damages. The Canadair CL-415 is the improved version of the previous CL-215. The most important improvements able to enhance the effectiveness in firefighting duties are: the adoption of two Pratt & Whitney turboprop new engines able to provide 2,380 hp as well as the aerodynamic additions to the wings and empennage and the up to date avionics system.
- Engraved panel lines, basic side-by-side cockpit, radial engines and 4-blade propellers, wingtip pontoons, injection-molded transparent parts
- Decals and painting guide for (4) aircraft - includes instrument markings