Starting in 1981 the Space Shuttle did 135 flights carrying up to 24.5 tons of material to Low Earth Orbit. It's save to say the Shuttle was the work horse of the NASA. Except the Enterprise, named after a well-known Spaceship all orbiters were named after famous sailing ships.
My build was done on a desktop cnc-machine by Stepcraft from 6mm beech plywood using a spiral-toothed 1.2 mm flute. Glued together and nicely sanded it's a great toy for boys (of different age).
A laser cutter might be a good alternative tool to create smaller versions.
Visit https://www.zenziwerken.de/en/Spielsachen/Flugzeugmodelle for more designs.
Keep in mind, that the stl-file is just for validating the construction and viewing in the browser.
I took 3-view drawings of this plane from wikipedia to save the tracing, then used Illustrator to carve out the main features. The slots were a result of trail and error. Before building the plane I did a 3D validation in SketchUp. Then I nested the parts as close as possible for production on a cnc-router.