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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Commercial Aircraft "Midway Airlines" White with Red Tail "Gemini 200" Series 1/200 Diecast Model Airplane by GeminiJets GeminiJets
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Commercial Aircraft "Midway Airlines" White with Red Tail "Gemini 200" Series 1/200 Diecast Model Airplane by GeminiJets GeminiJets
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Commercial Aircraft "Midway Airlines" White with Red Tail "Gemini 200" Series 1/200 Diecast Model Airplane by GeminiJets GeminiJets
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Commercial Aircraft "Midway Airlines" White with Red Tail "Gemini 200" Series 1/200 Diecast Model Airplane by GeminiJets

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  • Brand new 1/200 scale diecast airplane model of McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Commercial Aircraft "Midway Airlines" White with Red Tail "Gemini 200" Series die cast model by GeminiJets.
  • Detailed exterior.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Comes with a display stand.
  • This model does not have any openings.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5.875, Wingspan-5.625 inches.
  • Diecast metal and plastic construction for durability and a heavy, realistic feel.
  • HISTORY ASPECTS:
  • The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 is an American five-abreast, single-aisle aircraft designed by the Douglas Aircraft Company. It was initially produced as the Douglas DC-9 prior to August 1967, after which point the company had merged with McDonnell Aircraft to become McDonnell Douglas. Following the introduction of its first jetliner, the high capacity DC-8, in 1959, Douglas was interested in producing an aircraft suited to smaller routes. As early as 1958, design studies were conducted; approval for the DC-9, a smaller all-new jetliner, came on April 8, 1963. The DC-9-10 first flew on February 25, 1965, and gained its type certificate on November 23, to enter service with Delta Air Lines on December 8.
  • Midway Airlines was a United States airline based in Chicago, Illinois. It was founded on August 6, 1976, by investor Kenneth T. Carlson and joined by Irving T. Tague and William B. Owens on October 13, 1976, filing with the Civil Aeronautics Board (CA) for an airline operating certificate. Although it received its operating certificate from the CAB prior to the passage of the Airline Deregulation Act in 1978, it is widely recognized as the first post-deregulation start-up. The airline commenced operations on October 31, 1979.
  • The airline was intended to breathe new life into Midway International Airport, then called Chicago Midway Airport, which had lost most of its scheduled flights to O'Hare International Airport. The airline took its name from this airport. Midway Airlines and the revitalized airport were advertised as a trouble-free alternative to O'Hare, and both of these spurred re-development and growth on Chicago's South Side. The airport was billed as a convenient ten- to fifteen-minute drive from downtown Chicago.
  • The airline went bankrupt in 1991 and was dissolved in 1992. A group of investors bought the airline's name and started a new separate company called Midway Airlines, which flew from 1993 to 2003.

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