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1/200 Air Cargo Center

1/200 Air Cargo Center

SKU: 22401

Collection 2023/2024

Modern Int. Airport

Modular Series


1/200 Air Cargo Center


Similar set also available in 1/500 and 1/400 scale.


Pre-order until 18.03.2024 and get a 15% discount!

Air Cargo Centre is a modern large cargo terminal designed to handle the largest cargo aircraft. Inspired by Europe's largest cargo airports such as Leipzig, East Midlans and Liege. The main Cargo Hub building is connected to a smaller sorting hall and office building.


The apron of the airport has characteristic staging areas for cargo trolleys, which are typical of cargo terminals. 


The layout has 2 E-code stands with an option for B748F.  Air Cargo apron has a special stand for the world's largest aircraft, the AN 225.


The set includes numerous accessories for self-assembly, including lamps, courier vans, lorries, GSE vehicles and brand new cargo containers.


Photos taken of a demonstration set. The photos show the set in 1/400 scale. May contain minor imperfections due to first test piece.


Presentation video with folding instructions will soon be available on our YT channel. 


Model aircraft and plastic accessories are not included in the set and are for demonstration purposes only.

  • Product specification

    Size:  12 A4 or 6 A3 (89.1 x 84.0 cm)

    Scale: 1/200

    The product is finished with model grass that is permanently glued to the board. 

    Buildings and other self-assembly accessories are included in the product. 

  • Method of manufacture

    The layout is printed on high-quality matt photographic paper, which allows the model aircraft to move around without any problems. 

    Self-assembly terminals printed on high-quality photo paper for high durability when assembled. Additional markings and special instructions will help to assemble all the elements.

    Printed with the layout specially glued to a 2mm thick cardboard base. The thickness of the board with connectors and paper pads is 3 mm. 

    Protect the product from major temperature changes and avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight. 

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