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Tri-Linear Series Whitewings Paper & Balsa Glider Kit

$19.95 USD

Tri-Liner Series consists of three individual glider kits by Whitewings. Engineer Yasuaki Ninomiya, Ph.D, designed these flightworthy, world-famous, high-performance gliders and planes.

Whitewings glider kits fit every level of aviation interest and make great gifts for aviation enthusiasts. These kits range from historic single-model kits and kits of currently produced places to gliders based on planes of the future. Every Whitewings glider is fun to build and always flies great!

  • Fun to build
  • Excellent Glider Series
  • World Record Performance
  • Over 15" long with a 9.5" wingspan
  • Easy to assemble for ages 8 and up
  • Award-winning design by Dr. Y. Nonomiya
  • All Whitewings gliders are made from kent paper specially produced for Whitewings.

  • Kit Contains

  • 1 pre-cut balsa and paper glider per kit
  • Sturdy Pre-Cut Fiber Airfoils
  • Easy-to-follow Assembly & Flight instructions
  • Quadraforce launcher
  • Made in Japan

  • *Glue not included

    NOTAM: Notice to Airmen

    **WARNING: Possible Choking Hazard. Small parts included. Young child building planes should always be supervised. Not intended for children under 3.

    Tri-Linear Series Gliders

    These high-performance gliders incorporate a unique triangular fuselage which adds lift and strength to the entire plane. Whitewings' excellent gliders have been clocked for flights of up to 10 minutes and are internationally acclaimed for their distance and flight duration.

    Collect all 3 Tri-Linears for a ton of outdoor family fun!

    701 Lindberg

    Named after Charles Lindbergh, (born February 4, 1902, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.—died August 26, 1974, Maui, Hawaii). Lindberg was an American aviator, one of the best-known figures in aeronautical history, who is remembered for the first nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean, from New York City to Paris, on May 20–21, 1927.

    702 Rickenbacker

    Named after Edward Vernon Rickenbacker or Eddie Rickenbacker (October 8, 1890 – July 23, 1973) who was an American fighter pilot in World War I and a Medal of Honor recipient. With 26 aerial victories, he was the most successful and most decorated U.S. flying ace of the war. Rickenbacker was also a race car driver, an automotive designer, and a long-time head of Eastern Air Lines.

    703 Chennault

    Named after Claire Lee Chennault (September 6, 1890 – July 27, 1958) who was an American military aviator best known for his leadership of the "Flying Tigers" and the Chinese Air Force in World War II.