Flight Miniatures Northwest Airlines NWA 2003 Boeing 757-300 1:200 Scale Display Model Description
Flight Miniatures models are produced in a high-gloss plastic accurately painted and professionally detailed with a unique push-fit style of assembly. They require no painting or glue; just gentle pressure to snap on the wings, tail and stand. All models come with their own stand. Most stands are personalized by airline. In less than a minute, you have a finished airplane model to enjoy for many years. These Snap-Fit models are the same ones you see on display at museums throughout the country. In April 2003, Northwest Airlines introduced its first new livery since1989, to be phased into the entire Northwest fleet over a five-year period during regularly scheduled repainting.In 2009 Northwest merged with Delta Air Lines ending the use of this livery. The Boeing 757 is a twin-engine, short- to medium-range jetliner. The 757-300 is a stretched version of the 757-200, measuring 23 feet 4 inches (7.1 meters) longer. The extra length allows it to carry 20 percent more passengers and increases the available cargo volume by nearly 50 percent.