Boeing 737 MAX 9 Commercial Aircraft "Alaska Airlines" Blue with Orca Graphics 1/400 Diecast Model Airplane by GeminiJets




  • Brand new 1/400 scale diecast airplane model of Boeing 737 MAX 9 Commercial Aircraft "Alaska Airlines" Blue with Orca Graphics die cast model by GeminiJets.
  • Detailed exterior.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Does NOT include stand.
  • This model does not have any openings.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Dimensions approximately L-4, Wingspan-3.5 inches.
  • Diecast metal and plastic construction for durability and a heavy, realistic feel.
  • Manufactured as an officially licensed product by GeminiJets as a limited edition, highly collectible model, this Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 - painted in its "Orca" livery - Registration N932AK - has been meticulously recreated from Boeing's blueprints and features realistic landing gear and detailed graphics, assuring the utmost accuracy and superior quality. A Display Stand is not included and is sold separately - Gemini GJSTD777.
  • On April 9, 1967, Boeing's first 737-100 took to the skies for the first time. Over the years, Boeing proceeded to enhance the 737 type with various improvements throughout the entire airframe. In April 2017, Boeing celebrated 50 years of flying the 737. During this period, model types have included the 737-100, -200, -300, -400, and the 737-500, wrapping up the "classic" lineup. In late 1997, Boeing began the introduction of the "Next Generation" types. These included the 737-600, -700, and -800, with the 737-900 wrapping up the "Next Generation" lineup.
  • Meanwhile, competing Airbus continued to improve upon their A320 family of planes, putting pressure on Boeing to answer back with an even better 737 type. In 2011, Boeing answered back with the 737 MAX program. The 737 MAX type feature all new engine, along with fly-by wire systems, along with other cockpit enhancements and aerodynamic improvements, making them the most efficient 737s to ever fly. In December 2011, Southwest became the official launch customer of the type followed closely by both Ryanair and Norwegian Air Shuttle.
  • In March 2017, over 9,448 737 types had been in service with another 4,506 units still on order. On January 29, 2016, the first 737 Max 8 took to the skies. The planned model types for the 737 MAX program are the 737 MAX 7, MAX 8, MAX 200, 8ERX and MAX 10. As of March 31, 2017, Boeing has garnered 3,703 orders for the 737 MAX program.

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