|Object Name:||N2130 Plaque 1997|
|Year of Manufacture:||1997|
|Location:||Cupboard 1 (awards) [Main Store]|
With The Compliments of
N2130 Division would like to acknowledge
GEC Marconi's participation in the
presentation of N2130 mock-up
at Paris Airshow 1997
[signed] Ilham A Habibie
(Vice President N2130 Division)
022-2506643, 2500443, Fax. 2606645
Dipatiukur 76 A, Bandung
The IPTN N-2130 was a proposed 80-130 passenger commuter airliner of original design by IPTN (now Indonesian Aerospace). The N-2130 was estimated to cost two billion US dollars. The project was cancelled in 1998 due to the Asian financial crisis. The aircraft has similarities with the Boeing 737 and Airbus A318.
The plaque was presented to GEC Marconi for supporting the showing of a mock-up of the proposed aircraft at the Paris Airshow in 1997. The Company was proposing to supply some elements of the flight control system.
An embossed plaque, bonded to a thick wooden stand with swing out support at the rear.
The given dimensions are for the plaque alone. In its yellow lined, blue velour, box it is 1080g & 192 x 255 x 60 mm.