The Aero L-39 Albatros was a subsonic trainer plane with a single engine, designed by the Czech Republic during the Cold War to train pilots into planes like the Mig-23 and Su-7. It appears in a James Bond movie (my brother is a fan of that movie, go figure) and many are now privately owned, along with the planes that are still in service. Please enjoy!
About this creation
In the movie "Tomorrow Never Dies," James bond steals an L-39 to escape a terrorist base and reclaim some nuclear bombs that the terrorist group had stolen. Here he is now on an L-39 with bombs, rockets, and gun pods.
Those little pods on the wingtips hold fuel.
The cockpit can hold two minifigures.
I am quite proud of the way I did the intakes. I am also satisfied with the nose.
The engine is non-afterburning. The horizontal control surfaces are quite small, but the plane is still quite stable in flight, partially thanks to its strait wings.
I wanted to have a different color scheme, so I added some brown in there. Normal L-39s would have been grey-bluish.