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Boeing 777 model in British Airways livery

Technical Information

Catalogue No: C1257
Category: Vehicles/Platforms
Object Type: Model
Object Name: Boeing 777 model in British Airways livery
Part No: None
Serial No: None
Manufacturer: Unknown
Division: Unknown
Platform(s): Boeing 777
Year of Manufacture: 1991
Dimensions: Width (mm): 395
Height (mm): 225
Depth (mm): 425
Weight (g): 770
Location: Cupboard CD (Models) [Main Store]

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This is a model of the Boeing 777-200 in British Airways colours. British Airways took part in the design of the aircraft with Boeing, and is today one of the world’s largest operator of the type. The Boeing 777 has emerged as a best seller for long haul commercial aircraft thanks to its excellent fuel efficiency and cabin comfort. BA now operate the 777-300.

Follow this link to learn more about the Boeing 777

The RAA contains a number of models of equipment and aircraft. The equipment models were used as a marketing aid and often to ensure that the production unit will fit in the space; this was particularly true for Head Up Displays. Such equipment models will have minimal or no functionality. Models might  just be used as weighted units or as cockpit lighting evaluation units. The HUD used on the YF-16 was of the correct weight and envelope but only mounted the Spin 'chute button (a feature only required for the early test flights). Many of these models were made by professional model makers from the original drawings and could be quite expensive; alternatively the real hardware would be used.

The aircraft models range from the simple small scale kits to quite large display items. The large model aircraft were often a marketing tool from places like Airbus or Boeing but may be found in Boardrooms or Reception areas wheras the small models may be given as a visitor handout. Those models made from kits have largely been brought in from home but are useful to illustrate the platform alongside the equipment. The large models will be hugely expensive.

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