DC-9 / New York AirItem Number: 2152
DC-9 New York Air airplane model. The first DC-9 prototype flew in February 1965, and the type was awarded its airworthiness certificate in November that year. The first commercial airline to operate the type was Delta Air Lines, which received the delivery of the aircraft on December 8. A year later, Douglas began to offer other variants of the type, including the -30 series, which featured a slightly larger capacity.
Mahogany wood. Scale: 1/72. Wingspan: 15.5 inches. Length: 19 inches