GeminiJets 1/400 scale Air Canada Boeing 777-200LR diecast model is As Real as it Gets™ and measures approximately 6-1/4-inches long with a 6-3/8-inch wingspan. Manufactured by GeminiJets as a limited edition, highly collectible model, this Air Canada Boeing 777-200LR - with its flaps down - also referred to as extended - along the trailing edge of the wing - has been meticulously recreated from Boeing's blueprints and features realistic landing gear and detailed graphics, assuring the utmost accuracy and superior quality. A Display Stand is not included and is sold separately - GeminiJets GJSTD777. Brought into service in 1994 by Boeing to replace earlier, aging DC-10 and L-1011 airliners, the twin engine Boeing 777 fills the void in size between Boeing's 767 and 747 and is Boeing's first aircraft to be outfitted with advanced fly-by-wire controls. Offered in many versions that can be configured to seat up to 472 passengers with a flight range of nearly 8,600 nautical miles, the Boeing 777, which initially competed against the now discontinued Airbus A340 and McDonnell Douglas MD-11, has overtaken the Boeing 747 with the number of aircraft produced and currently goes up against Airbus' A350 and A330-900 aircraft. The Boeing 777-200LR - Long Range - was proposed to meet the requirements of airlines flying ultra long-haul routes and initiated service in 2006 outfitted with additional auxiliary fuel tanks and other necessary upgrades to accomplish this task. This Air Canada Boeing 777-200LR, featured with its flaps down along the trailing edge of the wing, sports the airline's new livery with a generally white fuselage highlighted with a black cockpit window mask, black Air Canada lettering, and a black underside and tail emblazoned with the airline's red maple leaf logo.