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B747 w/Shuttle 1/200 Discovery
This Boeing 747 scale model aircraft exhibits unmatched, unequaled quality and intricate design to achieve accuracy of the actual model. It also comes with a sturdy, durable base stand and a polished chrome steel support mounting rod. This model airplane is made of the finest grade materials which underwent stages of meticulous and careful sanding, carving and modeling to its original form. Craftsmen and artisans ensure finely handcrafted model airplanes with precise blueprint details of the original aircraft. The Boeing model aircraft’s paint scheme, markings and parts are extremely complete, reflecting the original Boeing 747 models. This top-quality Boeing 747 models replica will surely mesmerize anyone who receives this elegant desktop display as a gift. An ideal gift for every aviation enthusiast and avid aircraft collector, reviving the good, old flight memories for it displays perfect resemblance to the actual Boeing model.
Boeing 747 with Shuttle History: The Boeing 747 is a long-haul, widebody commercial airliner. Sometimes called the “Jumbo Jet”, it is known for its impressive size and is one of the worlds most recognizable aircraft. It has held the passenger capacity record for 37 years and was the first commercial wide-body aicraft. It uses a double decker configuration for part of its length, and the hump created by the upper deck has made the plane a highly recognizable icon of air travel. The 747 was expected to become obsolete after sales of 400 units, but it has outlived many of its critics expectations. As of June 2007, 1,387 planes had been built, with 120 more on order. Throughout its history, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA has used several different types of aircraft on a permanent, semi-permanent, or short-term basis. The agency has three 747s: a 747-100, a 747-100SR, and a 747SP. The 747-100 and 747-100SR are currently used as Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA).

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