Swissair McDonnell Douglas DC-8-32 (diecast 1:200, Herpa Wings)


  • McDonnell Douglas DC-8-32
  •  
  • Herpa Wings
  • 1:200
  • Showcase model / No engine
  • diecast
  • Swissair
  • unlimited
  •  
  • In near mint condition
  • Original package exists
  • Not for sale
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The first flight of the DC - 8 series was on May 30, 1958. She was the first jet aircraft of Douglas .
There were different versions that -30er series was designed for intercontinental traffic .

Technical specifications:
4 Pratt & Whitney JT4A - 9 engines with 75 kN , respectively . 7620 kp thrust
Cruising speed: 885 km / h
Range: 6260 km
Crew: Cockpit 4 / 6 cabin
Passengers : 132
Application: Asia , North and South Atlantic , Africa

HB - IDB was delivered in June 1960 factory to Swissair .
It was rebuilt several times and also unnamed. Her first name was a DC - 8-32 " Virgin " ( a mountain in Switzerland ) , then as a DC - 8-33 " Basel-Stadt ( the pictured version ) and finally as a DC - 8-53 " Geneva " .
In February 1976 she was at the S.A.T.A. sold.

Author: Oldtimer

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