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Delta CS100 (1:100) - New Mould
Delta CS100 (1:100) - New Mould Sale Price: $44.95
Retail: $58.95
Availability: In Stock
Item #: SKR914 -

    Delta CS100 (1:100) - New Mould by Skymarks Models Item Number: SKR914These snap-together models are highly detailed with solid injection molded plastic construction. They are found in a variety of scales depending on the aircraft type. All models assemble in minutes and include a display stand. These models make a wonderful addition to your collection.

    Swiss International Air Lines Bombardier CS100 HB-JBA (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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    Swiss International Air Lines Bombardier CS100 HB-JBA (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $30.95
    Retail: $43.95
    Availability: Preorder, Expected December
    Item #: HE530736 -

      Swiss International Air Lines Bombardier CS100 - HB-JBA (1:500) Herpa Models Item Number: HE530736 The short variant of Bombardier's CSeries is now also released in 1:500. Eight aircraft are currently operated by Swiss, these are currently replacing the Avro RJ100s.�

      Swiss International Airlines CS100 HB-JBA (1:400)
      Swiss International Airlines CS100 HB-JBA (1:400) Sale Price: $39.95
      Retail: $59.95
      Availability: In Stock
      Item #: HE562522-001 -

        The first CS100s are scheduled to be delivered to Swiss starting mid-2016. Following a first, run of Bombardier_s demonstration aircraft with the airlines_ livery, the first CS100 sporting a Swiss registration is now released.

        Swiss International CS100 HB-JBA (1:200) - New Mold
        Swiss International CS100 HB-JBA (1:200) - New Mold Sale Price: $81.95
        Retail: $109.95
        Availability: Normally Stocked
        Item #: HE558471 -

          Currently four aircraft are in operation at switzerland's largest airline. it is only adequate, that our first 1/200 CS-100 scale model is released in the color scheme of the launch customer and first operator of the CS-100, Swiss. The model is made of die-cast metal, including the small antennas on the fuselage.