This project explores the capabilities of Additive Manufacturing (AM) when designing, and fabricating a model aircraft. Different AM techniques were explored including, Powder Bed Fusion, VAT Photopolymerization, Material Extrusion, and Material Jetting. Identifying which AM technique to use for each part of the model was completed through comparing the techniques attributes. The wings required a lattice structure, therefore Powder Bed Fusion was used. The DC motors used Material Extrusion, VAT Photopolymerization, Material Jetting, and Powder Bed Fusion. The Supercapacitor used Material Extrusion. Carbon-fibre filaments for use with Material Extrusion were extruded. Ultimately the model encountered issues, the Supercapacitors failed when drying, the DC motors failed to spin and the carbon fibre filaments produced low-quality parts. The lattice structures printed successfully reducing the weight of the plane by 80% compared to solid structures, there is room for future work in incorporating AM to design a model aircraft.