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1:120 Braniff DC-9-14
1:120 Braniff DC-9-14
Our Price: $12.00

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.
1:120 FAA DC-9-15
1:120 FAA DC-9-15
Our Price: $12.00

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.
TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
1:120 TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
Our Price: $12.00

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.  This decal is designed for the Revell DC-9-10 kit in 1:120 scale.
Hughes Airwest DC-9-15s
1:120 Hughes Airwest DC-9-15s
Our Price: $12.00

Prior to its merger with Republic Airlines, Hughes Airwest operated a fleet of 16 “Baby-9s” - Douglas DC-9-14s and -15s. Ten of these aircraft were DC-9-15RCs with cargo doors and a second overwing exit on each side of the fuselage. This set allows you to model either variant of the Baby Banana.


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1:120 Air Florida DC-9-15CFs
Our Price: $12.00

In the late 1970s, low-cost pioneer Air Florida operated a colorful fleet of ten “Baby-9s” acquired secondhand from Air Canada. This decal depicts the colorful orange and blue scheme complete with a K.I.S.S (Keep It Sweet and Simple advertising campaign) by the cockpit.


Southern DC-9-10s
1:120 Southern DC-9-10s
Our Price: $12.00

Prior to its merger with North Central to become Republic Airlines, Southern Airways operated a fleet of over 30 “Baby-9s” - Douglas DC-9-14s and -15s.  Two of these aircraft were DC-9-15RCs with cargo doors and a second overwing exit on each side of the fuselage.  This decal depicts any of Southern's fleet of Baby-9s in the scheme prior to the merger.  All of the white markings in this decal have been double-printed to ensure opacity over the dark blue painted areas.
Republic DC-9-14/-15s
1:120 Republic DC-9-14/-15s
Our Price: $15.00

Republic Airlines was created by the 1979 merger of Southern Airways and North Central Airlines.  Following the 1980 buyout of Hughes Airwest, Republic became the world’s largest operator of the DC-9.  Part of this fleet were 31 of the short-bodied DC-9-14/-15s.  Our decal depicts the Republic DC-9-14/-15 fleet in this attractive turquoise scheme.
Republic DC-9-15RCs
1:120 Republic DC-9-15RCs
Our Price: $15.00

Republic Airlines was created by the 1979 merger of Southern Airways and North Central Airlines.  Following the 1980 buyout of Hughes Airwest, Republic became the world’s largest operator of the DC-9.  Part of this fleet were nine of the convertible DC-9-15RCs.  Our decal depicts the Republic DC-9-15RC fleet in this attractive turquoise scheme.
   
 
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