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Valujet MD-95 / 717s
1:200 Valujet MD-95 / 717s
Our Price: $8.00

In October 1995, Valujet Airlines was the launch customer for the ultimate variant of the venerable Douglas DC-9 family - the McDonnell-Douglas MD-95.  In 1995 Valujet placed an initial order for 50 aircraft plus 50 options.  The MD-95 became the 717 after Douglas merged with Boeing, and Valujet became AirTran who placed the 717 into service in 1999.  Use this decal with the resin 717 kit from RetrokiT.
1:200 Valujet DC-9-30s
1:200 Valujet DC-9-30s
Our Price: $8.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993.  Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history.  That growth and profit came with a cost.  The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting.  The situation came to a breaking point with the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996.  After getting back into the air, the airline bought Florida-based AirTran Airways and assumed their name to distance themselves from the checkered past associated with the Valujet name.  AirTran would eventually be acquired by Southwest Airlines.
1:200 Valujet MD80s
1:200 Valujet MD80s
Our Price: $8.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993.  Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history.  That growth and profit came with a cost.  The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting.  Prior to the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996, that growth brought four McDonnell-Douglas MD-80s to the Valujet fleet.  After the post-crash shutdown, the MD-80s were disposed of.  Thus, their life in Critter colors was brief.  This set joins our other Valujet sets for the MD95/717 and DC-9-30.
Valujet DC-9-21s
1:200 Valujet DC-9-21s
Our Price: $8.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993. Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history. That growth and profit came with a cost. The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting. Prior to the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996, Valujet had added four ex-SAS DC-9-21s. The DC-9-21 was a combination of the short fuselage of the DC-9-10 and larger wing and engines of the DC-9-30. Only ten DC-9-21s were built, all originally delivered to SAS. The DC-9-21 aircraft were acquired during a time when there was a shortage of the -30 series airframes that made up the Valujet fleet.


Valujet MD-95 / 717s
1:144 Valujet MD-95 / 717s
Our Price: $10.00

In October 1995, Valujet Airlines was the launch customer for the ultimate variant of the venerable Douglas DC-9 family - the McDonnell-Douglas MD-95.  In 1995 Valujet placed an initial order for 50 aircraft plus 50 options.  The MD-95 became the 717 after Douglas merged with Boeing, and Valujet became AirTran who placed the 717 into service in 1999.  Use this decal with the Contrails or Pas Model resin 717 kits.
1:144 Valujet DC-9-30s
1:144 Valujet DC-9-30s
Our Price: $10.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993.  Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history.  That growth and profit came with a cost.  The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting.  The situation came to a breaking point with the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996.  After getting back into the air, the airline bought Florida-based AirTran Airways and assumed their name to distance themselves from the checkered past associated with the Valujet name.  AirTran would eventually be acquired by Southwest Airlines.
1:144 Valujet MD80s
1:144 Valujet MD80s
Our Price: $10.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993.  Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history.  That growth and profit came with a cost.  The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting.  Prior to the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996, that growth brought four McDonnell-Douglas MD-80s to the Valujet fleet.  After the post-crash shutdown, the MD-80s were disposed of.  Thus, their life in Critter colors was brief.  This set joins our other Valujet sets for the MD95/717 and DC-9-30.
Valujet DC-9-21s
1:144 Valujet DC-9-21s
Our Price: $10.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993. Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history. That growth and profit came with a cost. The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting. Prior to the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996, Valujet had added four ex-SAS DC-9-21s. The DC-9-21 was a combination of the short fuselage of the DC-9-10 and larger wing and engines of the DC-9-30. Only ten DC-9-21s were built, all originally delivered to SAS. The DC-9-21 aircraft were acquired during a time when there was a shortage of the -30 series airframes that made up the Valujet fleet.


1:72 Valujet DC-9-30s
1:72 Valujet DC-9-30s
Our Price: $35.00

Valujet Airlines began life with great promise as a low-cost carrier in 1993.  Operating from Atlanta, GA with used DC-9 aircraft, the airline grew rapidly, and achieved profitability faster than any airline in U.S. history.  That growth and profit came with a cost.  The airline’s maintenance and safety record was terrible, due to a lack of oversight and excessive cost cutting.  The situation came to a breaking point with the tragic crash of Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades in May 1996.  After getting back into the air, the airline bought Florida-based AirTran Airways and assumed their name to distance themselves from the checkered past associated with the Valujet name.  AirTran would eventually be acquired by Southwest Airlines.
   
 
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