Gemini Jets GJBAW699
1/400 Scale 767-300ER British Airways
Gemini Jets GJBAW699 Diecast Aircraft Model 767-300ER.
Gemini Jets 1:400 Series.
1/400 Scale 767-300ER
of British Airways, G-BNWM.
Gemini Jets GJBAW699 is a 1/400 scale 767-300ER diecast model aircraft. The Boeing 767 is an American twin engine, mid size, wide body jet airliner. It had a seating capacity of between 181 to 375 passengers depending on variant. The 767 first flew in September 1981 and entered service in September 1982 with United Airlines. The aircraft initially flew on domestic routes. In 1985 the 767 became the first twin engined airliner to receive approval for extended overseas flights. The 767 was Boeing’s first wide body twinjet. It had a two-crew glass cockpit and shared design features with the narrow -body twinjet 757 enabling pilots to obtain a common type rating for both aircraft. The 767 is produced in three fuselage lengths. The 767-200 entered service in 1982, 767-300 in 1986 and the 767-400ER (extended-range) variant, in 2000. The extended-range 767-200ER and 767-300ER (most popular variant) entered service in 1984 and 1988, respectively. The 767-300F, freighter variant entered service in 1995. Military derivatives include the E-767 surveillance aircraft, KC-767,KC-46 aerial refuelers, and VIP transports.
British Airways G-BNWM.
The Boeing 767-300ER c/n25204 first flew on the 11 June 1991 and was delivered to British Airways on 25 June 1991. The aircraft was named City of Toulouse.
GJBAW699 – 1/400 Scale 767-300ER Diecast Model.
This quality diecast aircraft model features include:
- Constructed with metal and plastic components.
- Undercarriage is fixed in the extended position.
- A display stand is not included with this model but can be purchased separately.
Gemini Jets GJBAW699 – Gemini Jets 1:400 Series.
- Wingspan 12.0 cm Approx
- Length 13.7 cm Approx