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American Airlines Airbus A321-200

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American Airlines

Airbus A321-200

On May 17, 2016, American Airlines took delivery of their first aircraft assembled at the U.S. Airbus facility in Mobile, Alabama. The jet was delivered to American Airlines in front of executives from the manufacturer and the airline, as well as more than 350 employees to commemorate this historic occasion. This model, bearing registration N162AA and ship number 894, represents this aircraft.

The aircraft first flew April 19, 2016 on a test flight that lasted nearly four hours. Tests were performed on the plane’s systems, engines and structure during the initial test flight.

With the addition of the Aeroplex facility, Airbus aircraft are now being produced around the clock, 24 hours a day, at facilities in Mobile, Alabama; Hamburg, Germany; Toulouse, France and Tianjin, China.

American Airlines operates the largest Airbus fleet, with over 380 aircraft.
Scale:  1:200  Info
Material: plastic
Brand: Flight Miniatures Info
Nr: AAB-32100H-015

In stock: 3

Added to website: 2018-07-13

Our price: € 17.05
≈ $ 18.99
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Customer reviews

James 2019-03-04
Unfortunately the wings ‘sweep down’ instead of upwards. Otherwise the model is very nice and modern.