Boeing 777-300ER China Airlines 1:200

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Order Number: LI0045GR Collection: Retail Price: 49,95€*
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 Registration:      B-18001

Landing-Gear:   included

Landing-Stand:  included

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A high-quality aircraft model in scale 1: 200 Boeing 777-300ER of China Airlines. The chassis and the stand is included. Hogan Wings Aircraft models are characterized by their excellent workmanship and not least an excellent price -performance ratio. Variant of the 777-300 with enlarged wings and additional fuel tanks for greater range . The 777-300ER (ER for “extended range” – extended range ) is the largest and heaviest twin plane. It is equipped with only the GE90-115B of General Electric , which is so far the most powerful civilian jet engine with 519 kN thrust . In test runs it achieved a maximum thrust of 591 kN. The first prototype made ​​its maiden flight on 24 February 2003 , the second prototype first flew in April 2003. After they had completed extensive test flights for the approval of the type the two prototypes were delivered to Japan Airlines in June 2004 . The first 777-300ER was taken by Air France in operation in April 2004 . By October 2014 758 copies were ordered at least 35 airlines and 522 delivered .

Boeing 747-8F Silkway West Airlines 1:200

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Order Number: LI0120GR Collection: Retail Price: 49,95€*
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MD-87 Iberia 1:200

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Order Number: LI5705 Collection: Retail Price: 69,95€*
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Registration:    EC-FHD

Landing-Gear:    included

Landing-Stand:   included

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A high quality airplane model of a MD-87 Iberia in scale 1:200. Stand and lang gears are included.
McDonnell Douglas MD -87 is a shortened version of the successful MD -80 series. Introduced the advanced features on the MD – 80 is a reversal of the trend from the DC-9 on the MD -80 series, the combined MD -87 (especially the Pratt & Whitney JT8D -200 engines) in a 5.3m ( 17ft 5in ) shorter length hull similar long as the DC – 9-30 .

Boeing 787-8 British Airways 1:200

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Order Number: LI0670GR Collection: Retail Price: 49,95€*
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Registration:      G-ZBJA

Landing-Gear:   included

Landing-Stand:  included

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A high quality aircraft scale model of a Boeing  787-8 1:200 British Airways. Removable landing gear and stand are included. Hogan Wings aircraft models are distinguished by their excellent workmanship and not least an excellent price performance ratio. The Boeing 878-8 is a totally new concept in twin-engine aircraft , which is to be particularly cost-effective for the airlines. It is the first commercial airliner with a fuselage made ​​mostly of carbon fiber reinforced plastic ( CFRP). The operating costs are 10 percent lower than those of the Boeing 767-8 , due to lower fuel consumption and 20 % weight saving. You can choose between the two engine types RR Trent 1000 and the GEnx . The first flight was on 15 December 2009 , the delivery takes place from the end of 2011 . The order list the airlines over 840 orders at this revolutionary new commercial aircraft.

Boeing 777-300 British Airways 1:200

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Order Number: LI0304GR Collection: Retail Price: 49,95€*
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Registration:      G-STBH

Landing-Gear:   included

Landing-Stand:  included

Description:

A high-quality aircraft model in scale 1: 200 Boeing 777-300ER of British Airways. The chassis and the stand is included. Hogan Wings Aircraft models are characterized by their excellent workmanship and not least an excellent price -performance ratio. Variant of the 777-300 with enlarged wings and additional fuel tanks for greater range . The 777-300ER (ER for “extended range” – extended range ) is the largest and heaviest twin plane. It is equipped with only the GE90-115B of General Electric , which is so far the most powerful civilian jet engine with 519 kN thrust . In test runs it achieved a maximum thrust of 591 kN. The first prototype made ​​its maiden flight on 24 February 2003 , the second prototype first flew in April 2003. After they had completed extensive test flights for the approval of the type the two prototypes were delivered to Japan Airlines in June 2004 . The first 777-300ER was taken by Air France in operation in April 2004 . By October 2014 758 copies were ordered at least 35 airlines and 522 delivered .