• Daron Postage Stamp PS5559-2 American Airlines Douglas DC-3 Flagship Tulsa 1:144 Scale Diecast Display Model With Stand

    In the 1930s American Airlines flew the longest air routes in the country. To improve passenger comfort they asked Douglas to create a wider transcontinental plane with sleeper berths. The result was the groundbreaking DC-3. Proudly display this D-3 diecas

    • ASIN: B074BQMVCR

  • American Airlines DC-3 Die-cast Metal 1:144 Scale Model Plane - Moving Parts

    American Airlines DC-3 Model PlaneThe Douglas DC-3 first flew on December 17, 1935, the 32nd anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first flight. As the first airliner to allow a profit in all-passenger service, it was flown by virtually every airline in the world, with American Airlines being the largest user. The 1:144 scale model is crafted in highly-detailed die-cast metal with moving propellers, and includes a plastic display stand. Approx. 5.5" long with 7.75" wingspan. An adult collectible, not intended for children.

    • Color: Multi-colored
    • Brand: Daron
    • ASIN: B0753DZYKW
    • UPC: 842988189908

  • Roden 1/144 American Douglas DC-7C four engines airliner Pan American Airlines 1950 (japan import)

    In 1945 Pan American World Airways requested a DC-7, a civilian version of the Douglas C-74 Globemaster military transport. Pan Am canceled their order shortly afterward; that DC-7 is unrelated to the later airliner.American Airlines revived the designation when they requested an aircraft that could fly the USA coast to coast non-stop in about eight hours. Robert Rummel (at the time head of engineering at TWA) stated that pilot union rules limiting flying time to eight hours per day influenced American's request to Douglas. Douglas was reluctant to build the aircraft until American Airlines president C. R. Smith placed a firm order for 25 at a price of $40 million, thus covering Douglas' development costs. The DC-7 used the DC-4's wing with a fuselage 3 feet longer than the DC-6. The engine was the eighteen-cylinder Wright R-3350 Turbo-Compound. The prototype flew in May 1953 and American received their first DC-7 in November, inaugurating the first non-stop east-coast-to-west-coast service in the country (optimistically scheduled just under the eight-hour limit for one crew) and forcing rival TWA to offer a similar service with its Super Constellations. Both aircraft frequently experienced in-flight engine failures, causing many flights to be diverted.The DC-7 was followed by th...

    • Brand: Roden
    • ASIN: B004GUTDI0
    • UPC: 783318320359

  • Minicraft 1:144 American Airlines 777-200 Plastic Aircraft Model Kit #14472

    Minicraft 1:144 American Airlines 777-200 Plastic Aircraft Model Kit

    • ASIN: B06XW64BCK

  • BOEING 720B 'PAN AMERICAN' AIRLINES 1/144 RODEN 319

    Boeing 720B 'Pan American' airlines 1/144 aircraft scale plastic model kit Roden 319 Manufacturer: Roden (Ukraine) Scale: 1/144 Material: Plastic Paint: Unpainted, Unassembled, Kit do not contain paints and glue. Condition: New in Box The length of the model in mm: 289 Wing span, mm: 276 Boeing 720 - American narrow-body jet airliner for lines of medium and short-haul. It is a modification of the model Boeing 707 with a shortened fuselage and shorter-range flight. Boeing 720B - short-range variant first flew in 1959. The complete kit includes: 6 frames with details decal (sticker) 1 frame is made of transparent plastic (canopy) Scheme for staining patterns detailed instruction in Russian and English languages

    • Brand: Roden
    • ASIN: B01EN79A3I

  • Minicraft Model Kits "American Airlines DC-6B" Plastic Model Kit

    Released By Minicraft Models---this is a 1/144 scale plastic model kit of a American Airlines Dc-6B. Includes assembly instructions, decals, and painting guide.

    • ASIN: B00J2AJP7S

  • Roden DC-7C Japan Airlines Airplane Model Kit

    In 1945 Pan American World Airways requested a DC-7, a civilian version of the Douglas C-74 Globemaster military transport. Pan Am canceled their order shortly afterward; that DC-7 is unrelated to the later airliner.American Airlines revived the designation when they requested an aircraft that could fly the USA coast to coast non-stop in about eight hours. Robert Rummel (at the time head of engineering at TWA) stated that pilot union rules limiting flying time to eight hours per day influenced American's request to Douglas. Douglas was reluctant to build the aircraft until American Airlines president C. R. Smith placed a firm order for 25 at a price of $40 million, thus covering Douglas' development costs. The DC-7 used the DC-4's wing with a fuselage 3 feet longer than the DC-6. The engine was the eighteen-cylinder Wright R-3350 Turbo-Compound. The prototype flew in May 1953 and American received their first DC-7 in November, inaugurating the first non-stop east-coast-to-west-coast service in the country (optimistically scheduled just under the eight-hour limit for one crew) and forcing rival TWA to offer a similar service with its Super Constellations. Both aircraft frequently experienced in-flight engine failures, causing many flights to be diverted.The DC-7 was followed by th...

    • Brand: Roden
    • ASIN: B004UXXSJ8

  • Mastercraft Collection Lockheed L-188 Electra Eastern Model Scale:1/72

    This high quality replica is handcrafted from mahogany and comes with a wooden base

    • Brand: Mastercraft Collection, LLC
    • ASIN: B0007YFKA4
    • UPC: 080957702905

  • Roden Boeing 720 Starship One Model Kit

    RODEN RD0314 1/144 Boeing 720 Starship One

    • Brand: Roden
    • ASIN: B00H7971S6