What do the different scales mean and which is larger?
The scales are listed in a similar way to fractions, so when you see a scale represented as 1:500, you can think of it as the model being 1/500th of the size of the real airplane. A 1:200 scale model would be 1/200th of the size of the real airplane, and therefore about 2 1/2 times larger than a 1:500 scale model.
For more information, please visit our scale chart.
Only the most popular airlines are listed below, but all models are accessible when selecting the appropriate letter group.