InFlight 200 1:200 Scale Metal Die-Cast - Boeing 747-100 – Length: 13.75" Wingspan: 11.75”
This model represents ship N7470, the the prototype 747—serial number 1, displayed in its roll out livery which included the logos of all the airlines that had orders placed for the 747. It was used by The Boeing Company for a of myriad flight-test programs over the course of many years. Boeing donated this first 747 to Seattle's Museum of Flight and it is now on display at the museum's facility in Seattle, Washington, USA. This is a second edition production in which 708 pieces were produced worldwide, released February 2007. The first production of this model was 354 pieces and sold out in a very short period of time. The 747-100 had its first flight on February 9, 1969, and entered commercial service in 1970. Boeing delivered 250 of the 747-100s, the last in 1986. Boeing built two versions of the 747-100 passenger airplane, one of which had a higher payload capacity and was known as the -100B. The 747-100 was also available as a short-range (SR) airplane, with a modified body structure to accommodate a greater number of takeoffs and landings. The 747SR model typically was used by airlines on short flights with a high-passenger capacity, as many as 550.