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1:200 FAA DC-9-15
1:200 FAA DC-9-15
Our Price: $6.00

Over the years, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has operated an impressive array of different aircraft types.  From 1975 until 1992, the FAA operated a DC-9-15.  The aircraft initially wore the white with red stripe paint scheme in use in the 1970s.  The aircraft was repainted in the white and blue scheme worn during the 1980s, which this decal depicts.  Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-10 kit. more info
1:144 DC-9-30 Doors and Windows
1:144 DC-9-30 Doors and Windows
Our Price: $6.00

Decal is designed to fit the either the Airfix or Fly DC-9-30 kits.  Use this set to create your own DC-9-30 scheme. more info
DC-9-30F Doors and Windows
1:144 DC-9-30F Doors and Windows
Our Price: $6.00

Decal is designed to fit the either the Airfix or Fly DC-9-30 kits.  Use this set to create your own DC-9-30F scheme. more info
Braniff DC-9-14
1:200 Braniff DC-9-14
Our Price: $6.00

The Braniff name had a long run in the airline industry before finally disappearing in the early 1990s.  Unfortunately, the three separate airlines to operate under the Braniff name were not of the same high caliber as the original.  Braniff III was started in 1991 using 10 727s and the assets of bankrupt Emerald Air, which included three DC-9s.  Only one of these, DC-9-14 N931EA, was painted in Braniff colors and operated revenue flights (mainly to Nassau).  The third incarnation of Braniff died an ugly death after a year, with its two top corporate officers being convicted of felonies, and serving jail time, after widespread embezzlement, fraud, and obstruction were uncovered.  The DC-9 was painted overall dark blue (approximately FS 15056) with bright, light blue titles and white door outlines. more info
1:200 Austral "Ticket Electronico" DC-9-32
1:200 Austral "Ticket Electronico" DC-9-32
Our Price: $8.00

In 1998, Argentinan carrier Austral painted a DC-9-32 in a special scheme promoting the their electronic ticketing.Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit. more info
US Navy C-9B Skytrain IIs
1:200 US Navy C-9B Skytrain IIs
Our Price: $8.00

In 1971, Douglas won a competition to provide jet transport aircraft to the U.S. Navy in the form of a convertible version of the DC-9-30.  The aircraft featured a main deck cargo door on the left forward fuselage.  While similar to the Air Force's C-9A Nightingale Medevac version of the DC-9, the Navy version had enough differences in both mission and configuration to warrant a separate designation and name - C-9B Skytrain II.  Eventually, 16 new-build C-9Bs were delivered, with two going directly to the Marine Corps.  In addition to the 14 true C-9Bs, the Navy would later acquire 17 second-hand civilian DC-9s to supplement its fleet.  Most of these DC-9s were -F or -CF aircraft with main deck cargo doors, but 4 were pure passenger aircraft with no cargo door. more info
US Air Shuttle DC-9-30
1:200 US Air Shuttle DC-9-30
Our Price: $8.00

As US Airways began to transition the East Coast Shuttle operation from the Boeing 727s that had served for years, other mainline aircraft were employed before the delivery of new Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.  The most unique of these was a single Douglas DC-9 that wore a hybrid paint scheme featuring the basic colors of the late 80s USAir livery, and the tail markings of the then new color scheme.Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit. more info
TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
1:200 TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
Our Price: $8.00

Trans World Airlines (TWA) was an early operator of the DC-9, receiving the first of an initial batch of 20 DC-9-14/15  "Baby-9s " in 1966.  The aircraft were delivered in TWA's then-current Twin Globe scheme.  Aircraft feature a white upper fuselage and tail, with a bare metal lower fuselage and engine nacelles.  Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-10 kit. more info
1:200 Aero California DC-9-30's
1:200 Aero California DC-9-30's
Our Price: $8.00

La Paz, Mexico based Aero California was a  "low cost " carrier and served many destination in northern Mexico and the southern United States.  Aero California was grounded by the Mexican government in 2006, later resumed operations and shut down permanently in 2008.  Aero California operated both the DC-9-14/15 and the DC-9-32 which this decal depicts.  Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit. more info
Sunworld DC-9-30s
1:200 Sunworld DC-9-30s
Our Price: $8.00

Las Vegas, Nevada based Sunworld lasted from 1983 to 1987, and operated various DC-9s and 737s. Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit. more info
   
 
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