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Title Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-990, N305AS, Model Airplane
Date ca. 2003-2004
Collection Codeshare & SkyTeam Collection
Object Name Model
Catalog Number 2006.19.8
Description Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-900, N305AS, model airplane painted in a white livery with green and black cheat lines and the Alaska Airlines Eskimo logo on the tail. Model is plastic with a metal and wood stand. Scale - 1:100
Artist/Maker Pacific Miniatures (Pac Min)
Height (in) 8
Length (in) 17
Width (in) 13.5
Dimension Details Dimensions taken with stand

Width = Wingspan

Length = Nose to Tail
Provenance This model represents Boeing 737-990, N305AS, which was the first 737-900 that Boeing delivered to launch customer Alaska Airlines on May 16, 2003.

In September 2004, Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and Delta Air Lines announced an agreement for the carriers to codeshare on each other's flights, giving customers more travel options and the partner airlines incremental passenger traffic. In addition to codesharing, the three carriers would also provide reciprocal frequent flyer benefits. Codeshare agreement ended effective May 1, 2017.
Search Terms Alaska Airlines
Boeing 737
Boeing 737-900
Pacific (U.S.)
Subjects Model airplanes
Aircraft
Airplanes
Codeshare agreements
Native Americans
Credit line Delta Air Lines