Boeing 767-300 Hawaiian AirlinesItem Number: 1696
Hawaiian Airlines Boeing 767-300 airplane model. The Boeing 767 has been an important aircraft in the plane maker's history. Entering service 40 years ago, it opened up transatlantic routes to twin-engine jets - a significant development at the time. It may not be Boeing's best-selling widebody (the 777 holds that title), but it has had a long life on the production line and has seen several variants. More efficient dual-aisle aircraft have now taken over and are carrying on the legacy, but the 767 remains in production and is still a popular choice for cargo and logistics use.
Mahogany wood. Scale: 1/100. Wingspan 20 1/2 inches, Length 24 inches.