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An aerodynamically improved wing and more efficient engines result in a 14% reduction in fuel consumption compared to its predecessor, the A330-300.
To commemorate its acquisition of Virgin America, Alaska unveiled this special "transition" livery, showing the red of Virgin America blending into Alaska's corporate design.
On September 7, 2010, all electric systems failed onboard flight 514. The crew managed a forced landing at the closed Izhma Airport; all 81 on board remained uninjured. Despite the severe damages, the airplane was repaired on-sight and is in service still today.�
The first Herpa wings Boeing 737-300 from 1992 kicks-off the anniversary series. However this time, the 737 will be produced in the same high detail level usually reserved for our wings Club models. This model will be released in a special heritage box design. A display stand is included.
Although its heyday has passed, the 757 still remains a reliable aircraft, a large number being refurbished for service for some years to come.
American Airlines Airbus A319 - N8001N (1:500) Herpa Models Item Number: HE530835 American operates a total of 125 A319s, the smallest type in its mainline fleet. The latest 65 aircraft, delivered from 2013 onwards, are equipped with sharklets.�
The first commercial flight of the "jumbo tri-jet", developed mainly according to specifications issued by American Airlines, took place on August 5, 1971. With a total count of 66 aircraft, American was to remain the largest operator of the type.�
This extension for Amsterdam Airport in the 1/500 scale compliments the already available Pier F. Pier G is used for international flights, and can also accommodate the Airbus A380. As with the first building, Pier G will also come fully assembled. A set of eight jetways customized for Pier G (seven of which have two bridges, and one with one bridge) as well as a ground foil are available separately as accessories.
Austrian Airlines Bombardier Q400 - OE-LGN "Gmunden" (1:500)
25 of the smallest member of the A320 family are operated by Columbia's Avianca and its Brazilian branch, together forming the largest A318 fleet worldwide.
Azul Airbus A330-200 "Azul Viagens" - PR-AIU "Red, White and Azul" (1:500)
The national carrier of Belarus continues to operate two TU-154 in its classic livery, despite a steady modernization of the fleet with western aircraft.