Boeing 747-8F Cargolux
Unassembled plastic model kit
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Select a thumbnail to see the picture full-size. In Stock (Ships in 1-3 business days)List price: $41.95You pay: $33.95(All prices in U.S. Dollars)Manufacturer: Revell of GermanyStock Number: RMG 4885Scale: 1/144View all products of type "747"
This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
The maiden flight of the Boeing 747-8 took place on 20.3.2011. Its innovation, advanced technology and efficiency is impressive. The Boeing 747-8 is a newly developed aircraft. It is based on the positive features of the proven Boeing 747 series. Cargolux Airlines International based in Luxembourg, one of the leading dedicated air cargo carriers, was the launch customer and also first operator of the new 747-8F and also had a significant influence on its design. Cargolux was established in Luxembourg in 1970. It already operated the 747-200F and also the 747-400F. Together with the Boeing company it launched the 747-8F program in 2005 after ordering 14 aircraft. The 747-8F presents new standards in the fields of fuel efficiency and noise reduction. Its cargo capacity is 16% higher than that of its predecessor, its CO2 emissions are 14% lower. The Cargolux 747-8F has achieved high profitability and its aircraft are in the air for nearly 16 hours a day. They have thus become a force to be reckoned with and powerful adversary in international logistics.
- Replica hull with all of the cargo versions details
- Finely detailed surfaces with recessed panel joints
- Imitation cockpit
- Detailed undercarriage bays
- Detailed undercarriage legs and imitation brake discs
- Detailed tail area with APU exhaust pipe
- Wings with separate navigation and landing lights
- Detailed engine replicas
- Rotating front fan with finely detailed blades
- Pitot tubes and antennas
- Display stand
- Super decal set with Cargolux emblems and decorative lining from a Boeing 747-8F, Cargolux