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ATA - American Trans Air 737-800s
1:200 ATA - American Trans Air 737-800s
Our Price: $8.00

Indianapolis based charter and low fare carrier American Trans Air was one of the early operators of winglet-equipped 737-800s. Prior to their demise in 2008, ATA operated 30 737-800s which this set depicts.
1:200 ATA (American Trans Air) 757-300's
1:200 ATA (American Trans Air) 757-300's
Our Price: $10.00

Prior to their demise, US charter and scheduled carrier American Trans Air - ATA operated 12 757-300's, registrations N550TZ - N561TZ.
1:200 ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
1:200 ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
Our Price: $10.00

Prior to their demise, ATA acquired a group of ex-Northwest DC-10's.  This decal depicts the first ex-Northwest DC-10-30 to be operated by ATA in this hybrid paint scheme, NWA silver fusleage with a dark blue tail and simplified ATA markings.
ATA Chicago Express Saab 340s
1:144 ATA Chicago Express Saab 340s
Our Price: $10.00

In 2000, ATA and Chicago Express Airlines launched ATA Connection, the regional affiliate of ATA Airlines that linked regional mid-western cities with ATA's Chicago Midway hub and with Indianapolis.  Chicago Express was purchased on June 1, 1999, and it was operated as a separate subsidiary.  After ATA entered bankruptcy in late 2004, a decision was made to end ATA's regional airline service and terminate Chicago Express / ATA Connection resulting in the permanent layoff of its entire staff. Chicago Express' assets were auctioned off, ATA terminated turboprop service (ATA Connection), and Chicago Express ceased all operations on March 28, 2005.  This decal depicts the six Saab 340s that Chicago Express operated with the sharp looking ATA Connection paint scheme.
ATA - American Trans Air 737-800s
1:144 ATA - American Trans Air 737-800s
Our Price: $12.00

Indianapolis based charter and low fare carrier American Trans Air was one of the early operators of winglet-equipped 737-800s.  Prior to their demise in 2008, ATA operated 30 737-800s which this set depicts.
ATA (American Trans Air) 757-300s
1:144 ATA (American Trans Air) 757-300s
Our Price: $15.00

Prior to their demise, US charter and scheduled carrier American Trans Air - ATA operated 12 757-300s, registrations N550TZ - N561TZ.
ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
1:144 ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
Our Price: $15.00

Prior to their demise, ATA acquired a group of ex-Northwest DC-10s.  This decal depicts the first ex-Northwest DC-10-30 to be operated by ATA in this hybrid paint scheme, NWA silver fusleage with a dark blue tail and simplified ATA markings.
ATA Chicago Express Saab 340s
1:72 ATA Chicago Express Saab 340s
Our Price: $20.00

In 2000, ATA and Chicago Express Airlines launched ATA Connection, the regional affiliate of ATA Airlines that linked regional mid-western cities with ATA's Chicago Midway hub and with Indianapolis. Chicago Express was purchased on June 1, 1999, and it was operated as a separate subsidiary. After ATA entered bankruptcy in late 2004, a decision was made to end ATA's regional airline service and terminate Chicago Express / ATA Connection resulting in the permanent layoff of its entire staff. Chicago Express' assets were auctioned off, ATA terminated turboprop service (ATA Connection), and Chicago Express ceased all operations on March 28, 2005. This decal depicts the six Saab 340s that Chicago Express operated with the sharp looking ATA Connection paint scheme.
ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
1:100 ATA (American Trans Air) Hybrid DC-10 N701TZ
Our Price: $25.00

Prior to their demise, ATA acquired a group of ex-Northwest DC-10s.  This decal depicts the first ex-Northwest DC-10-30 to be operated by ATA in this hybrid paint scheme, NWA silver fusleage with a dark blue tail and simplified ATA markings.
   
 
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