The Sopwith Pup was a British single-seater biplane fighter aircraft built by the Sopwith Aviation Company. It entered service with the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service in the autumn of 1916. With pleasant flying characteristics and good manoeuvrability, the aircraft proved very successful. The Pup was eventually outclassed by newer German fighters, but it was not completely replaced on the Western Front until the end of 1917. Remaining Pups were relegated to Home Defence and training units. The Pup's docile flying characteristics also made it ideal for use in aircraft carrier deck landing and takeoff experiments.
Brand Name: Sopwith Pup
Product Name: Balsa wood Aircraft Kit
Body length: 280MM
Material: balsa wood
Flight weight: 42-50 grams
Center of gravity: 10-15mm below the leading edge of the lower wing
Use of the environment: indoor or outdoor windless weather