1/144 Revell plastic kit, to build the nice Boeing 747-200 with decals for the Iron Maiden version.
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Availability date: 07/11/2016
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|Motif||Jumbo jet aircraft|
|Size||490 x 446mm|
|Decals||Iron Maiden "Ed Force One" - The book of souls world tour|
|Attention||Do not include paint or glue ( sold separately )|
|Content||Plastic kit | Decals | Instructions|
The Boeing 747 is the first widebody (widebody aircraft) the history of commercial aviation, measures two and a half times the size of the Boeing 707, hitherto the greatest long-range aircraft of the 60s Its dimensions are truly impressive, is the third largest commercial aircraft manufactured on the planet, second only to the Airbus A380 (largest passenger) and Antonov An225 (largest aircraft in the world, although cargo).
Nicknamed 'Jumbo', the Boeing 747 is one of the most famous and loved aircraft aviation history and has retained its passengers ever transported for 37 years, since its first flight in 1970. The enormous Boeing 747 long-haul aircraft completed its maiden flight on 9.2.1969. The jumbo jet had Pratt & Whitney engines with 22,680 kp thrust, a take-off weight of over 300,000 kg and could carry 442 passengers over a distance of 9,136 km.
The Boeing 747 is a four turbojet that introduced the first double decker configuration (two floors for passengers of the aircraft) of aviation, which is its most striking physical feature: the superior-anterior hump. Boeing designed the floor above the floor to serve as a lounge for first class or extra places, and allow the aircraft to be easily converted into freighters by removing seats and installing a charging port on its front .
At the time of its development, Boeing had the expectation of producing soon supersonic aircraft, which would be detrimental to the Jumbo if he were not convertible. So waiting for the sale of up to 400 units, until it became obsolete, but it exceeded the forecasts of the critical design and exceeded the forecasts of the manufacturer, surpassing 1,000 units manufactured in 1993, and in June 2009 the mark was 1416 aircraft in 107 different configurations. The plane is still produced in its modern version Boeing 747-8 and is available in configurations for passengers, cargo, executive and military.
This is a 1/144 Revell plastic kit, to build the nice Boeing 747-200 with decals for the Iron Maiden version.
- Textured Surfaces
- Simulated Undercarriage
- 4 Engines
- Authentic decal set for following version:
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