The Cierva C30 was an autogyro created by the Spanish aeronautical engineer Juan de la Cierva and built under license by the British. Several Cierva C30s enter service with the British during the Second World War, primarily for training and study; some may have been used for a short time in anti U-boat work along the coasts of England. It has also been proposed that it may have been operational during the Spanish Civil War.
1 model aircraft made from 1/16 inch Ash wood, included 1 flight stand made of 1/8 inch Birch plywood and two magnets.
Some assembly required.