Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Aloha Airlines Boeing 737-700


The Boeing 737 is a narrow-body twin-engined workhorse. Starting service in 1967, the 737 became the world's best-selling jetliner. From a single version, it eventually expanded to nine variants. It competes directly with the Airbus A320 family.  

The model I got is a -700 variant of Aloha Airlines, which was based in Hawaii. The airline, which started service in 1946, went bankrupt in 2008. The -700 variant is the first of the New Generation series, and it competes with the A319. It can seat up to 146 passengers. 

The model was given as a pasalubong from a nephew who flew in from Japan. 


Model: Boeing 737-700

Livery: Aloha Airlines
Registration: N746AL
Manufacturer: Gemini Jets
Scale: 1:400
Length: 3.31"
Wingspan:  3.38"
Provenance: duty-free shop in Sapporo
Price: N/A


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