They are all highly detailed, authentically decorated and made of die-cast metal.
Each plane is packaged with details on the information of the true aircraft it represents.
Designed as a twin-engine wide-body jetliner,To compete with the Airbus A330 / A340 and the McDonnell Douglas MD-11, the 777 was stolen for the first time on June 12, 1994. A pair of larger turbocharged engines power the aircraft that currently holds the record for the largest twin-engine aircraft in the world. The 777 was the first Boeing aircraft, featuring complete glass cockpit displays and flight envelope protection. Standard variants have a range of 4,200 nautical miles while Extended Range variants can fly for 6,600 nautical miles and the Longer variant (LR) is the longest airliner in the world capable of flying 7,800 nautical miles.