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PacMin Airplane Models Create Excitement at Farnborough 2018

July 22, 2018

The 2018 edition of the Farnborough Airshow opened on July 16. Throughout the show, PacMin airplane models were there to commemorate special announcements and deal signings. Overall, the show brought in nearly 1,500 orders.

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ANA showcases “Flying Honu” exhibit models at Hawaiian Music & Life Festival

May 10, 2018

At the Hawaiian Music & Life Festival in early May, ANA invited guests to experience the business class seats that will be installed aboard their Airbus A380 aircraft. Guests were also treated to exhibit model representations of the “Flying Honu” special livery airplanes.

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Delta receives first Airbus A350 and a PacMin

July 13, 2017

On July 13, Airbus delivered the first A350-900 to Delta Airlines. The airline will be the first North American operator of the aircraft. A PacMin desktop model in Delta’s livery was featured at the delivery in Toulouse, France to commemorate the event.

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PacMin aviation models soar at Paris Air Show 2017

June 26, 2017

PacMin aviation models in a variety of scales, ranging from desktop size to large scale exhibit models, were a hit at the 2017 Paris Air Show.

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PacMin Aviation Models Delight Crowds at EBACE

June 1, 2017

EBACE 2017 opened on May 22 and dozens of PacMin desktop and exhibit models were on display on the exhibition floor. The custom scale models served as conversation starters and attracted large crowds at numerous booths including Aerion, Airbus Corporate Jets, Boeing Business Jets, HondaJet, and Gulfstream.

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1/20 scale Cathay Dragon A330-300 PacMin exhibit model on display at the entrance hall of the Dragon House at the Hong Kong International Airport

Dragonair rebranded as Cathay Dragon with new livery, logo and exhibit models

February 12, 2016

Dragonair is rebranded as Cathay Dragon to more closely align with their sister airline Cathay Pacific. The change includes a new livery and a red brushwing logo. Aside from the visual alignment, both airlines will continue to operate as separate airlines.

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