- 4 x marking options -
- flown by Lt. Eugen Siempelkamp, Jasta 29, Gondecourt, France, July 1918.
- flown by Hptm. Rudolf Berthold, CO of JG II, Guise, France, March 1918.
- 8244/17, flown by Gefr. Erich Mix, Jasta 54, Ennemain, France, June 1917.
- Jasta 5, Boistrancourt, France, Spring 1918.
- Paint call outs for Mr Hobby & Mission Models
- 2021 boxing of the 1996 new tooled kit
- Includes diagrams for correct placement of rigging
- Extensive 'lozenge' style decals included
Although not hailed as one of the best Great War fighters, the Pfalz D.IIIa deserves some credit as a steady aircraft, dangerous to opponents when flown by skilled pilots. As a design of the company from the Kingdom of Bavaria, the Bavarian Jagdstaffeln were the most common users of this fighter.
Alongside the Albatros D.III/D.V & Fokker Dr.I the Pfalz D.IIIa was one of the most important & numerous German fighters in front-line use until the arrival of the mighty Fokker D.VII. Many famous aces first flew the Pfalz D.III/D.IIIa before finally gaining their fame flying other aircraft.