Introducing SkyMarks. Top of the line snap-fit pre-decorated plastic models. The models feature solid injection molded plastic construction with crisply printed graphics. All models include a display stand and instructions. Models assemble in minutes with no need for glue or tools. all models include a display stand with logo base and come in gift packaging.
The design of the Electra was started by Lockheed in 1954, and the following year the company received a launch order from American Airlines. The prototype first flew on December 6, 1957. The aircraft is a low-wing monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, powered by four Allison 501D-13 turboprops. Standard accommodation was for 66 to 88 passengers, with an optional high-density layout for 98 passengers. The initial production version was the L-188A. Later a longer-range L-188C was produced. A
"S-43 is an amphibious aircraft manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft in the 1930s. It was also known as the Baby Clipper in airline service. The S-43 was a smaller version of S-42 flying boat. The S-43 was used primarily by Pan American World Airways. Pan American Airways used the S-43 in Caribbean and South American routes. The S-43 was also operated by other airlines including Norway, West Africa, Russia, China, Hawaii and Philippine Islands. There were 15 S-43s used primarily by the Navy as utility
"The DC-7 is an American aircraft built by Douglas Aircraft company in 1953 to 1958 and was the last major piston engine powered transport of Douglas. The early DC-7s were only sold to US carriers. The extended range variant of the DC-7, the DC-7C ""Seven Seas"" was released by the Douglas Aircraft since European carriers could not take advantage of the small range increase in the early DC-7. Pan American Airlines used the DC-7C aircraft to inaugurate the first non-stop New York-London service. Pan Am flew
Hobby Master Airliner Series HL8007 Douglas DC-2 Diecast Model American Airlines, NC14274, 1936 1:200 Scale Length Width Douglas DC-2 3.75 5 In 1934 NC14274 was delivered as American Airlines first DC-2. On January 14, 1936 Trip One left Newark New Jersey for its final destination Fort Worth Texas. After a crew change in Memphis the flight left for the next stop at Little Rock. Flying at 180 mph and no indication of problems the aircraft hit trees and slammed into a swamp killing the 3 crew and
Avid collectors of handcrafted replica should not miss this desktop scale model. This impressive Desktop Scale Model is sure to impress everyone who will see it. With the expert craftsmanship of this desktop replica, you'll surely be proud to bring it home and display on your desk.
The Boeing 777 is a long-range, wide-body, twin-engine American airliner built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The Boeing 777 was originally a stretched 767. Boeing 777's notable design features include a unique fuselage section and it incorporates fly-by-wire controls, and an advanced technology glass flight deck with five liquid crystal displays. The 777-200 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW4077 turbofans, General Electric GE90-77Bs or Rolls Royce Trent 877s. The basic 777-200, which is the initial
The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is an American three-engine medium- to long-range widebody airliner, with two engines mounted on under wing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer. The model was a successor to the company's DC-8 for long-range operations, and competed in the same markets as the Airbus A300, Boeing 747, and Lockheed L-1011 TriStar, which has a similar layout to the DC-10. Production of the DC-10 ended in December 1988 with 386 delivered to airlines and 60 to the U.S. Air
Hogan Wings are 1:200 scale models of your favorite airlines. They all have excellent features like high-detail printing spinning engine fan blades landing gear that actually rolls and a display stand with the airline name and aircraft printed on the base. Most of the models are high density plastic and feature snap-fit construction meaning you put them together by snapping in the wings tail and vertical stabilizer. Assembly is very easy requires no glue and can be completed within just a few minutes. This
GeminiJets Gemini 200 G2AAL219 Boeing 757-200 Diecast Model American Airlines, N174AA, Polished Metal Finish Limited Edition 1:200 Scale Length Width Boeing 757-200 9.25 7.5 Boeing 757-200 Designed as a narrow-bodied, twin-engined airliner to replace the 727, the 757 was first flown on February 19th, 1982. Developed in tandem with the wide-bodied 767 twinjet, both aircraft share a common digital cockpit layout and are operated by a two man flight crew. Thanks to a proven reliability track-recor
This is a 1:200 scale die-cast model airplane from InFlight 200 Models of the Boeing 707-300 in the colors of N7556A American Airlines. Introduced into service in 1958, the Boeing 707 - the first American turbine-engine airliner - dominated passenger air transport in the 1960s and is generally credited with ushering in the Jet Age. A replica of a four-engine Boeing 707-300 narrow-body airliner flown by American Airlines Air Freight, this limited edition, 1:200 scale InFlight 200 model features simulated
The DC-7 is an American aircraft built by Douglas Aircraft company in 1953 to 1958 and was the last major piston engine powered transport of Douglas. The early DC-7s were only sold to US carriers. The extended range variant of the DC-7, the DC-7C Seven Seas was released by the Douglas Aircraft since European carriers could not take advantage of he small range increase in the early DC-7. Pan American Airlines used the DC-7C aircraft to inaugurate the first non-stop New York-London service. Pan Am flew the
Hobby Master Airliner Series HL1201 McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Diecast Model American Airlines, N1758B, 1990s 1:200 Scale Length Width McDonnell Douglas MD-11 12 10.25 N1758B is a McDonnell Douglas passenger variant of the MD-11. It was built as c/n 48527 powered by 3 GE CF6-80C2D1F engines and was delivered to American Airlines in July 1992. The new MD-11s were replacements for the AA DC-10s and became their main long-haul jet. The MD-11 turned out to be far less efficient than McDonnell Douglas
This is a 1:200 scale die-cast model airplane from InFlight 200 of the Boeing 747SP aircraft in the colors of American Airlines with registration N601AA
Originally a response to a military airlift requirement near the end of World War II the Douglas DC-6 was reworked after the war to compete with the Lockheed Constellation in the long-range transport class. Built between 1946 to 1959 the DC-6 became Douglas most successful four-engined piston airliner. More than 700 aircraft have been produced and many still fly today in cargo military and wildfire control roles. During World War II the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) was impressed with the C-54
This is a 1:400 scale die-cast model airplane from Gemini Jets of the A321 Sharklets aircraft in the colors of American Airlines with registration N102NN
This is a 1:200 scale die-cast airplane model from InFlight 200 models of the Boeing 727-100 aircraft in the colors of American Airlines with registration N1983
Boeing 707-320 Pan American Airlines - Pan Am 1/100 Scale Mahogany Model Product Code: KB707PAT Our Price: $147 .95 Description Introducing the ready-built Boeing 707-320 Desktop Mahogany Model with Pan American Airlines (Pan Am) Livery. This 1/100 scale model was handmade with precision and accuracy to produce the finest model that will be the centerpiece of your collection for years to come. This model is a perfect gift for pilots and aviation enthusiasts alike. Not too big or too small, this model
The Lockheed L-188 Electra is an American turboprop airliner built by Lockheed. It was the first turboprop airliner built in the USA.The design of the L-188 was started by Lockheed in 1954, and the following year the company received a launch order from American Airlines. The prototype first flew on December 6, 1957.Many airlines in the US flew the L-188, but the only European airline to order the type was KLM. TEAL in the South Pacific, NAC the Viscount and Air New Zealand flew both. TAA and Ansett in
• Wingspan: 24" • Length: 26"The B777 is a long-range wide-body twin-engine jet airliner manufactured by Boeing. The B777 is the world's largest twinjet and has a capacity of over 300 passengers, with a range of 5,235 to 9,380 nautical miles, depending on the model. It was designed to replace older wide-body airliners and bridge the capacity difference between the 767 and 747. The 777 ranks as one of Boeing's best-selling models. The 777 is more fuel-efficient than others and because of rising fuel costs,
B707-320B American Airlines Real Metal Die-Cast Model Product ID: 21750-GJAAL145W Our large selection of die-cast airliner replicas represents the world's airlines both past and present. Our models are highly collectible and are all limited editions. We have gone to great lengths to provide you a die-cast airliner that replicates your favorite aircraft, without sacrificing accuracy. We use aircraft manufacturers' blueprints and Pantone® color charts to assure accurate duplication. Scale 1/400; length 5";
Executive Models G7510 American Airlines Convair C-990 1:100 Scale Mint New Handcrafted and Handpainted Comes with base stand ready to display Scale: 1/100 scale model Wing Span: 17.5 inches Length:15.25 Inches Model Description The C-990 Coronado was a narrow-body jet airliner produced by the Convair division of General Dynamics. The C-990 design was based on Convair's earlier C-880, the C-990 was a "stretched" version and was produced in response to a request from American Airlines. American
Folker 100 American Airlines 1/100 Scale Mahogany Model Folker-100 American Airlines 1/100 Scale Mahogany Model KF100AATR Introducing the ready-built KF100AATR Desktop Model. This 1/ scale model was handmade with precision and accuracy to produce the finest model that will be the centerpiece of your collection for years to come. This model is a perfect gift for pilots and aviation enthusiasts alike. Not too big or too small, this model features a wingspan of 11.5 inches and a length of 14 inches. This
The Boeing 777 is a long-range, wide-body, twin-engine American airliner built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The Boeing 777 was originally a stretched 767. Boeing 777's notable design features include a unique fuselage section and it incorporates a fly-by-wire, an advanced technology glass flight deck with five liquid crystal displays. 777-200 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW4077 turbofans, General Electric GE90-77Bs or Rolls Royce Trent 877s. The basic 777-200, which is the initial A-market model,
American Airlines L-188 Electra Scale: 1:72 Wingspan: 17.50" Model Length: 16.50" Item #: KL188AAT This American Airlines L-188 Electra Desktop Model Airplane is handcrafted from the finest mahogany wood and hand painted with great detail. Perfect for the aviation hobbyist and collector.
This is a 1:400 scale very limited edition die-cast model airplane from Aeroclassics of the L-188 Electra aircraft in the colors of American Airlines with registration N6118A. This is a collector model, not a toy and is not intended for children under 14 years of age.
MD-11 American Airlines 1/100 Scale Model Aircraft Item #KMMD112AATR - PRICE: A museum quality desktop MD-11 American Airlines 1/100 Scale Model Aircraft. This model will display beautifully in your home or office and makes a wonderful conversation piece. Size: 20" Wing Span x 24" Length
Die-cast metal model w/landing gear in 1/500 scale. The American Airlines Boeing 777-200 has existed as a Herpa model since 1997. Now, the fourth edition of the model is released with the popular New Generation details, and for the first time, it carries a registration. The original N777AN was launched in May 1999. Diecast metal airplane in 1:500 scale, printed (not decaled), in meticulous detail. Made for the real enthusiast! All aircraft come assembled. Model is approximately 4 3/4 inches long with 4 3/4