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Air New Zealand Airbus A320 Die-Cast Model

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SKU
7914
$119.99

First flying in 1987, the Airbus A320 line was intended to combat Boeing and Douglas’s competitive offers of the late 20th century. 

First flying in 1987, the Airbus A320 line was intended to combat Boeing and Douglas’s competitive offers of the late 20th century. Featuring a longer fuselage and drag reducing aerodynamics, the narrow body type is designed to lower costs compared to alternatives in the field. Since its introduction, the A320 has seen major success and currently over 11,000 have been manufactured.

As the middle ground between the A319 and A321, the A320ceo has a capacity of 140-180 passengers in mixed class seating. Range is around 3,350 miles, with powerplants being a pair of CFM-56 or International V2500 turbofans. Max thrust is up to 54,000 lbs. combined on takeoff, with a service ceiling of 39,100 ft, a top speed of 518 mph, and a maximum weight of 172,000 lbs.

This specific version is operated by Air New Zealand, as one of 18 ordered in the A320ceo line. It has a prominent black, grey, and white livery with the “crazy about rugby” tagline by the front of the fuselage. This Die-Cast version has an accurate paint scheme with polished metal wings, etched panel lines, pad printed decals, and detailed landing gear for display. Includes a stand to show the aircraft in flight. Measures 7.5”l with a 6.75” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect an A320 in Air New Zealand service.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Includes a display stand to show the aircraft in flight.
• Measures 7.5”l with a 6.75” wingspan at 1:200 Scale.
• Highly collectible and officially licensed by Airbus.
First flying in 1987, the Airbus A320 line was intended to combat Boeing and Douglas’s competitive offers of the late 20th century. Featuring a longer fuselage and drag reducing aerodynamics, the narrow body type is designed to lower costs compared to alternatives in the field. Since its introduction, the A320 has seen major success and currently over 11,000 have been manufactured.

As the middle ground between the A319 and A321, the A320ceo has a capacity of 140-180 passengers in mixed class seating. Range is around 3,350 miles, with powerplants being a pair of CFM-56 or International V2500 turbofans. Max thrust is up to 54,000 lbs. combined on takeoff, with a service ceiling of 39,100 ft, a top speed of 518 mph, and a maximum weight of 172,000 lbs.

This specific version is operated by Air New Zealand, as one of 18 ordered in the A320ceo line. It has a prominent black, grey, and white livery with the “crazy about rugby” tagline by the front of the fuselage. This Die-Cast version has an accurate paint scheme with polished metal wings, etched panel lines, pad printed decals, and detailed landing gear for display. Includes a stand to show the aircraft in flight. Measures 7.5”l with a 6.75” wingspan at 1:200 scale.

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect an A320 in Air New Zealand service.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Includes a display stand to show the aircraft in flight.
• Measures 7.5”l with a 6.75” wingspan at 1:200 Scale.
• Highly collectible and officially licensed by Airbus.

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