|Title||Delta DC-3, NC28341, Ship 41, Model Airplane|
|Collection||Delta Air Lines Promotional Objects|
|Description||Delta DC-3, NC28341, Ship 41, model airplane painted in Delta's bare metal livery from the 1940s. The "Delta" and the "NC28341" are decaled to the bottom of the wings. Model is plastic with propellers and back landing gear attached. Model has a metal and wooden base. Metal plate on the base reads: "A Token of Thanks to our Special Guests at MRO 2002 in Phoenix, Arizona." Scale - 1:75|
|Artist/Maker||Pacific Miniatures (Pac Min)|
Dimensions taken with stand
Width = Wingspan
Length = Nose to Tail
Model of Ship 41, the only Delta passenger Douglas DC-3 in existence. Ship 41 was carefully restored by team of volunteers and Delta employees from 1995 to October 1999, to combine 1940 vintage style with modern avionics.
Models like this one were presented to special guests of Delta TechOps at Aviation Week's MRO 2002 Conference & Exhibition in Phoenix, Arizona. The MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) event was held in conjunction with the Air Transport Association's Engineering, Maintenance and Materiel Forum.
This model was presented to World Airways Chairman, President, and CEO Hollis L. Harris, who was a former Delta president and COO.
Delta Air Lines
Logo, Delta Winged Triangle
|Credit line||Gift of Hollis L. Harris, Retired Delta President|