JCLH4239 JC Wings Thai Airways ATR 72-200 OC REG: HS-TRA with antenna

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JCLH4239 JC Wings Thai Airways ATR 72-200 OC REG: HS-TRA with antenna

PRICE: £43.99 incl VAT (RRP £57.00, SAVING £13.01)

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JCLH4239
JC Wings 1/400th scale
Thai Airways
ATR 72-200 OC
REG: HS-TRA
with antenna

RRP  £57.00

Model Description

JC Wings 1/400th scale JCLH4239 Thai Airways ATR 72-200 OC REG: HS-TRA with antenna. Available to pre-order at Flying Tigers.

 

The ATR 72 is a twin-engine turboprop, short-haul regional airliner developed and produced in France and Italy by aircraft manufacturer ATR (French: Avions de transport régional or Italian: Aerei da Trasporto Regionale), a joint venture formed by French aerospace company Aérospatiale (now part of Airbus) and Italian aviation conglomerate Aeritalia (now Leonardo S.p.A.). The number “72” in its name is derived from the aircraft’s typical standard seating capacity of 72 passengers.

During the 1980s, French aerospace company Aérospatiale and Italian aviation conglomerate Aeritalia merged their work on a new generation of regional aircraft. A new jointly owned company, ATR, was established to develop, manufacture, and market their first airliner, which was later designated as the ATR 42. On 16 August 1984, the first model of the series, designated as the ATR 42-300, performed the type’s maiden flight. During the mid-1980s, the ATR 72 was developed as a stretched variant of the ATR 42. On 27 October 1989, Finnish airline Finnair became the first airline to operate the type in revenue service. The ATR 72 has also been used as a corporate transport, cargo aircraft, and maritime patrol aircraft.

To date, all of the ATR series have been completed at the company’s final assembly line in Toulouse, France; ATR benefits from sharing resources and technology with Airbus SE, which has continued to hold a 50% interest in the company. Successive models of the ATR 72 have been developed. Typical updates have included new avionics, such as a glass cockpit, and the adoption of newer engine versions to deliver enhanced performance, such as increased efficiency and reliability and reductions in operating costs. The aircraft shares a high degree of commonality with the smaller ATR 42, which remains in production as of January 2023.

RRP  £57.00

Weight 650 g
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Model Code: JCLH4239

Model categories:
1/400th Scale Section, Civilian Aviation, JC Wings, JC Wings 1/400th scale

Weight 650 g
Historical Era

Manufacturer

Model Type

Scale

A hugely popular area of the Flying Tigers website is our FREE weekly Aviation related Newsletter.  Our Newsletter aims to keep you informed and up to date with all things Aviation, with a particular leaning towards the fabulous world of diecast aviation collecting.

‘Earn your Wings’ with the Flying Tigers Newsletter!