Hobby Master 1/200 Airliner Series
Air New Zealand, "Atarau", 1965
Wingspan: 6 inches
Length 6.25 inches
ZK-TEB was the second of three L-188's built for TEAL (Tasman Empire Airways Limited) and named "Atarau ("Moonlight" in Maori). The aircraft made its first scheduled flight on January 1, 1960. TEAL was partly owned by Australian and New Zealand interests until 1961 when the New Zealand Government bought the Australian shares. In 1965 TEAL was renamed Air New Zealand. In 1972 ZK-TEB was sold to a U.S. company. Over its lifespan this aircraft wore the names of nine different companies. In 2002 the aircraft was with Atlantic Airlines and stored as G-LOFI.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 16 August, 2010.