Scale 1-500 model diecast
Registration: HC-BRB (MSN 576)
Original printed box
Airline Color Scheme - Introduced 1979
Aircraft type: Airbus A310-324
First Flight: 20. Mar 1991
Test registration: F-WWCJ
Engines: 2x PW PW4152
Delivered: 27. Sep 1991
Aircraft Name: Ciudad de Quito
Original dimensions: Wingspan 43,90m - Lenght 46,66m - Height 15,80m
Airline Full Name: Empresa Ecuatoriana de Aviación
Airline Founded: May 1957 (as Compañía Ecuatoriana de Aviación)
Started Operations: Aug 1957
Ceased operations: 2006
Main Hub: Quito Mariscal Sucre International (closed) (UIO / SEQU)
Frequent-flyer program: Lider Club
Empresa Ecuatoriana de Aviación, more commonly known as simply Ecuatoriana, was the national airline of Ecuador.
The carrier had an operational hiatus between September 1993 and August 1995, resuming operations on 23 June 1996, after VASP became the controlling shareholder.
The airline folded permanently in 2006.
Brand: Herpa Wings
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