Wide Selection | Worldwide Shipping Ups USPS
✉ ✆ +1-561-350-4045
cc-settings-icon Authentic Replicas
cc-gun-icon Precision Diecast
cc-hand-icon Buy Now, Pay Later

Inflight 200 1:200 Boeing 707-123: Aerocondor Columbia (Reg #HK-1818)

(No reviews yet) Write a Review
5 customers are viewing this product
Inflight 200 1:200 Boeing 707-123: Aerocondor Columbia (Reg #HK-1818)

Inflight 200 1:200 Boeing 707-123: Aerocondor Columbia (Reg #HK-1818)

This model can be displayed on the stand or with the landing gear down

Aerocóndor Colombia was founded by six former LANSA and Avianca pilots; Gustavo Lopez, Luis Donado, Eduardo Gonzalez, Juan B. Millon, Captain Julio Martin Florez, and Enrique Hanaberg, in association with two businessmen who together perceived an opportunity to establish a new airline to fly cargo from Colombia's northern industrial city of Barranquilla throughout the republic. Scheduled cargo services commenced on October 7, 1955 using Curtiss C-46s which were later complemented with Douglas C-47s. Progressive expansion saw most of these aircraft later reconfigured for passenger services, and Douglas C-54 and DC-6 were acquired during the early 1960s. International services between Barranquilla and Miami commenced during 1963. On May 1, 1969, the airline began re-equipping with L-188 Electras acquired from American Airlines. The Electras gradually replaced the airline's fleet of classic piston engine aircraft in the early 1970s

(No reviews yet)
to top