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Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800S “Salmon People” Die-Cast Model

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SKU
1262
$99.99

Introduced in the late 1960s, the Boeing 737 is one aircraft that most would be hard pressed to forget. 

Introduced in the late 1960s, the Boeing 737 is one aircraft that most would be hard pressed to forget. Developed as a narrow-body, twin engine jet as the successor to the 707 type, it took on quieter, more powerful, and efficient attributes that allowed it to surpass its competition. Even decades into the 21st century, it remains the best-selling airliner, serving thousands of airlines and hundreds of countries since its introduction. 

 

Up to 175 passengers can be seated in the 737-800 variants, with a standard crew of two in the cockpit just like the early models. Unlike the larger 727 airliner, there was no need for an additional member to fill the flight engineer role. Powering the aircraft are a pair of CFM56-7B engines which create around 54,000 lbs of combined thrust on takeoff, permitting an altitude ceiling of 41,000 ft, cruising speed of 517 mph and maximum weight of 174,200 lbs.

 

Featuring the unique Salmon inspired design by artist Crystal Worl, this 737-800S registered as N559AS is decorated to honor the first flights by it’s airline in 1932. Featuring the name “Xaat Kwaani” or “Salmon People” when translated from the Tlingit language, it represents the spiritual link between the local fish and the people. Die-Cast version has an accurate paint scheme, etched panel lines, pad printed decals, and accurate deployed flaps. Also includes optional landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight. Measures 7.75”l with a 7” wingspan at 1:200 scale. 

 

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect a 737-800S in Alaskan Airlines service.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Has the flaps and leading-edge slats down in landing configuration, optional landing gear, and metal display stand to show the model in flight.
• Measures 7.75”l with a 7” wingspan at 1:200 Scale.
• Highly collectible and officially licensed by Boeing.

Introduced in the late 1960s, the Boeing 737 is one aircraft that most would be hard pressed to forget. Developed as a narrow-body, twin engine jet as the successor to the 707 type, it took on quieter, more powerful, and efficient attributes that allowed it to surpass its competition. Even decades into the 21st century, it remains the best-selling airliner, serving thousands of airlines and hundreds of countries since its introduction. 

 

Up to 175 passengers can be seated in the 737-800 variants, with a standard crew of two in the cockpit just like the early models. Unlike the larger 727 airliner, there was no need for an additional member to fill the flight engineer role. Powering the aircraft are a pair of CFM56-7B engines which create around 54,000 lbs of combined thrust on takeoff, permitting an altitude ceiling of 41,000 ft, cruising speed of 517 mph and maximum weight of 174,200 lbs.

 

Featuring the unique Salmon inspired design by artist Crystal Worl, this 737-800S registered as N559AS is decorated to honor the first flights by it’s airline in 1932. Featuring the name “Xaat Kwaani” or “Salmon People” when translated from the Tlingit language, it represents the spiritual link between the local fish and the people. Die-Cast version has an accurate paint scheme, etched panel lines, pad printed decals, and accurate deployed flaps. Also includes optional landing gear and metal display stand to show the model in flight. Measures 7.75”l with a 7” wingspan at 1:200 scale. 

 

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect a 737-800S in Alaskan Airlines service.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Has the flaps and leading-edge slats down in landing configuration, optional landing gear, and metal display stand to show the model in flight.
• Measures 7.75”l with a 7” wingspan at 1:200 Scale.
• Highly collectible and officially licensed by Boeing.


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