|Title||Horizon Air Bombardier CRJ-701ER Model Airplane|
|Collection||Codeshare & SkyTeam Collection|
|Description||Horizon Air Bombardier CRJ-700 model airplane painted in a white livery with red and orange cheat lines and the Horizon logo on the tail. Model is plastic with a metal and wood stand. Scale - 1:100|
|Artist/Maker||Pacific Miniatures (Pac Min)|
Dimensions taken with stand
Width = Wingspan
Length = Nose to Tail
This model represents a Bombardier CRJ-700 as flown by Horizon Air in 2001. In July 2001, Horizon Air became the first airline in North America certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly the new, 70-seat Bombardier CRJ-700 regional jet in commercial service.
In 1988, Horizon Air entered a codeshare agreement with Northwest Airlines.
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.
|Credit line||Delta Air Lines|