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Air New Zealand Boeing 767-319ER Die-Cast Model

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7727
$169.99

Flying for the first time in 1981 as a new wide-body airliner, the Boeing 767 was intended to be used for cargo and passenger travel alike. 

Flying for the first time in 1981 as a new wide-body airliner, the Boeing 767 was intended to be used for cargo and passenger travel alike.

It features a twin-engine design with 7-wide seating arrangement or internal cargo bay depending on its operator, with a “supercritical” wing that decreases drag. As it was developed, the type led to the enlarged 777 aircraft, one of the newer hallmarks in Boeing’s roster.

 

The 767-300ER line has a typical capacity of around 220-300 mixed-class passengers, range of around 6,800 miles and crew of two in the cockpit. Power is supplied by two General Electric CF6 engines, generating a combined 120,000 lbs of thrust on takeoff. These permit an altitude ceiling of 43,100 ft, cruising speed of 559 mph and a maximum weight of 412,000 lbs, including up to 127,500 lbs of cargo onboard for the freighter line.
 

Retired in 2017 from Air New Zealand operation, the Boeing 767 was their mainline wide-body airliner. With up to 300 passenger capacity on variants like the 767-319ER, it was not quite to the volume of jumbo jets, but 30-40% more than traditional medium range narrow-bodies. With more than 32 years of flight, these beloved jets had become one of the backbones of the airline. Die-Cast version has an authentic paint scheme, etched panel lines, pad-printed decals, and antennas that reflect it’s real-life counterpart. Also includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight. Measures 10.75”l with a 9.25” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

 

·         Features engraved panel lines, pad printed decals, and authentic paint scheme of Air New Zealand, with antennas, reflective lights, and surface details

          reproduced.

·         Includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight.

·         Measures 10.75” in length with an 9.25” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

·         Highly collectable and limited-edition model.

Flying for the first time in 1981 as a new wide-body airliner, the Boeing 767 was intended to be used for cargo and passenger travel alike.

It features a twin-engine design with 7-wide seating arrangement or internal cargo bay depending on its operator, with a “supercritical” wing that decreases drag. As it was developed, the type led to the enlarged 777 aircraft, one of the newer hallmarks in Boeing’s roster.

 

The 767-300ER line has a typical capacity of around 220-300 mixed-class passengers, range of around 6,800 miles and crew of two in the cockpit. Power is supplied by two General Electric CF6 engines, generating a combined 120,000 lbs of thrust on takeoff. These permit an altitude ceiling of 43,100 ft, cruising speed of 559 mph and a maximum weight of 412,000 lbs, including up to 127,500 lbs of cargo onboard for the freighter line.
 

Retired in 2017 from Air New Zealand operation, the Boeing 767 was their mainline wide-body airliner. With up to 300 passenger capacity on variants like the 767-319ER, it was not quite to the volume of jumbo jets, but 30-40% more than traditional medium range narrow-bodies. With more than 32 years of flight, these beloved jets had become one of the backbones of the airline. Die-Cast version has an authentic paint scheme, etched panel lines, pad-printed decals, and antennas that reflect it’s real-life counterpart. Also includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight. Measures 10.75”l with a 9.25” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

 

·         Features engraved panel lines, pad printed decals, and authentic paint scheme of Air New Zealand, with antennas, reflective lights, and surface details

          reproduced.

·         Includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight.

·         Measures 10.75” in length with an 9.25” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

·         Highly collectable and limited-edition model.


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