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Gemini Jets 1:400 Embraer ERJ-145: Jetsuitex (Reg #N241JX)

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Gemini Jets 1:400 Embraer ERJ-145: Jetsuitex (Reg #N241JX)

Gemini Jets 1:400 Embraer ERJ-145: Jetsuitex (Reg #N241JX)

Material: Diecast metal with plastic parts

Features: Detailed livery, realistic landing gear, display stand included

Condition: From an estate collection, box may have shelf wear

The Embraer ERJ-145, operated by Jetsuitex with registration number N241JX, is known for its sleek design and efficiency in regional aviation. This Gemini Jets diecast model in 1:400 scale accurately captures the Jetsuitex livery with meticulous detail. The model features realistic landing gear and includes a display stand, making it an excellent addition to any aviation enthusiast's collection.

Originally conceived as a growth variant of the popular EMB-120 Brasilia turbo-prop, the ERJ-145 (formerly the EMB-145) answered the needs of the world's airlines for a small capacity jet airliner. With passengers in tertiary markets previously having had to fly on turbo-props, the Brazilian based manufacturer, Embraer was able to successfully develop a modern and efficient 50-passenger jet. Initiated in 1989, the first flight of the ERJ-145 took place in August 1995 with deliveries to launch customer Continental Airlines having begun in December 1996. At its peak, there were more than 1,000 of these versatile jets operating worldwide.

JetSuiteX, Inc. (commonly known as JSX) is an American air carrier in the United States and Mexico that describes itself as a "hop-on jet service" that operates point-to-point flights between and within Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Texas in the United States and Baja California Sur in Mexico.

For regulatory purposes, JSX is setup as public charter operator and does not directly operate aircraft. JSX charters a 30-seat Embraer regional jet operated by a subsidiary and then resells seats on that aircraft to the public. Because charter operators have lower TSA screening requirements for passengers, the arrangement allows JSX to utilize fixed-based operator terminals, offering a more private jet-like experience for their customers.

JSX operates Embraer ERJ 135 and ERJ 145 aircraft, each retrofitted with 30 seats, removed overhead bins, and in-row power.

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