100 - "Trans World Flyer"


a new and instructive party game, at which a remote controlled  twin-engine aircraft (with rotating props) is flying around the world (map). Control by means of 2 levers. Each player is his own pilot and flies the aircraft towards the destination - according to the rules prescribed for this game. Colored lithographed, boxed.

This game has 2 clockworks - one in the base station and one in the aircraft. There are 12 colored National Flags - describing name of the country and its capital.

Hans Biller claimed patent rights on September 3rd 1954 - after the game was first presented at the 5th German Toy Faire at Nuremberg. He was awarded the patent on July 9th 1959 - No. DBP 1 048 811.

Seize: 510 x 160 x 95 mm


the game in the overall view in its original box - the dice does not belong to the set

early version - boxed

last version - boxed


above having white levers - now having red levers and the 2nd version of the base station the flags
overall view a bit more detailed wheels Flags


4 different lithographed base stations. Only version 1 has the inscription "Trans World Flyer" - all 4 shown versions were as well used for the 110 and 115 "Transport-Helicopter".

base station 1

base station 2

waagerecht gestreifte Basis

base station 3


"How to handle" and "How to play" on a double sided A 5 seized page. Toy numbered as No.100

Also on a single Din A 5 or Din A 4 seized page. Toy now numbered as Nr.100

Page 1 of the instruction sheet

How to play the game
Beside the different numbering of both leaflets the layout had been changed. The right side version (which I consider the younger one) has a slightly smaller picture and the text layout was corrected.


The complete instruction leaflet in French language - no No.ing


The complete instruction leaflet in Swedish language - Jorden Runt - no No.ing


The complete instruction leaflet in Spanish - VUELTA AL MUNDO EN AVION - No. 100

How to handle Spanish


Type written instruction leaflet in Italian language

Description in English As seen in the 1960 Specialties catalogue


generated: JUN-24-2001  last update: Autumn 2014