Gemini 200 Air Canada A321 New Livery
Designed as a lengthened-fuselage version of the highly successful A320 design, the A321 was first flown on March 11th, 1993.
Gemini's 1:200 scale A320 family are constructed almost entirely of diecast metal and are ready to be displayed right out of the box. The seamlessly constructed fuselage features fine photo-etched metal antennas, jewel cut anti-collision lenses and pad-printed windows and doors that do not interrupt the lines of the aircraft. The series covers the original A320 fuselage, the stretched A321 variant and the shorter A319. Each model features solid metal wings with delicate “sharklet" wingtips and fitted with either Pratt & Whitney or CFM GeminiJets "Gemini 200" diecast airplanes feature: