Introduced in 1983, the Airbus A310 is a derivative of the original A300, the first twin-engine, wide-body airliner. Though still in service around the world, both in cargo and passenger usage, production ended in 1998 after 255 units had been manufactured.
This 1/200 scale, Hobby Master, die cast model of the commercial jet features simulated cockpit and cabin windows, realistic turbofan engines, optional-position landing gear, a stylish presentation stand, and a striking Royal Dutch Airlines livery from the "Jan Steen" as she appeared in 1984 — an A310 that was transferred to Middle East Airlines in 1992, and ultimately joined the FedEx fleet in 1998. Measures approximately 9" long with an 8¾" wingspan.
Hobby Master: HL6010