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Delta Air Lines
Scale 1-200 model
Boeing B767-200
Registration: N102DA (MSN 22214/12)
Flat black display stand - Original printed box
Callsign: DELTA
Airline Full Name: Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Country: United States
Airline Founded: 1924
Headquarters: Atlanta Hartsfield - Jackson (ATL / KATL)
Bases: Minneapolis St. Paul International (MSP / KMSP) -  Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW / KDTW) - New York John F. Kennedy (JFK / KJFK) - New York La Guardia (LGA / KLGA) - Los Angeles International (LAX / KLAX) - Salt Lake City International (SLC / KSLC) - Seattle Tacoma International (SEA / KSEA)
Fleet Size: 908 Aircraft (+ 12 On Order/Planned)
Aircraft Type: Boeing B767-232
Configuration: F18Y186
Engines: 2x GE CF6-80A
Aircraft name: The Spirit of Delta / Fleet number: 102
On December 15, 1982, Delta's first Boeing 767 Aircraft was unveiled and christened "The Spirit of Delta". In 1982, a year when many airlines experienced low revenues, the idea of "Project 767" was spearheaded by three Delta flight attendants. Project 767 was a voluntary program which invited all Delta employees to participate financially in the purchase of the aircraft. Enployees were enthusiastic beyond all expectations at the idea of showing their appreciation of Delta Air Lines in this unique way. As a member of Delta's fleet, "The Spirit of Delta" serves on regular flight schedules. Delta Air Lines.
Painted in "75th Anniversary" special colours Apr 2004 - Feb 2006 painted in "original delivery" cs Feb 2006 wfu and std at ATL 3 Mar 2006 Preserved at ATL 7 May 2006 Delta Air Lines Transport Heritage Museum
Brand: IMC
Colors: Black - Blue - Gold - Grey - Red - White
Material: Synthetic
Condition: New
Dimensions (cm): Box: 3,6 x 6,8 x 25 / Model: 24,2 x 24,5 x 12,5
Weight (g): 118

Delta Air Lines Scale 1-200 model Boeing B767-200 N102DA The Spirit of Delta #B

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