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Air Baltic Bombardier CS300 - YL-CSB (1:200) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery, Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number HE558457-001
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Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item #: HE558457-001 -

    In addition to a new registration, this new production run will receive the new official designation "Airbus A220-300" below the cockpit, following the sale of the CSeries program by Bombardier to Airbus.

    Air Baltic Bombardier CS300 YL-CSA (1:400) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery, Herpa 1:400 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number HE562607
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    Price: $41.95
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    Herpa 1:400 Scale Diecast Airliners Item #: HE562607 -

      Air Baltic Bombardier CS300 - YL-CSA(1:400) Herpa Models Item Number: HE562607 Completing the trio of scales in which this type has been developed, the CS300 is now also released in the 1/400 scale. Launching carrier of the original - and in 1/400 as well - is Latvia's airBaltic.�

      Air Baltic Bombardier CS300 YL-CSA (1:500), Herpa 1:500 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number HE530798
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      Price: $30.95
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      Herpa 1:500 Scale Diecast Airliners Item #: HE530798 -

        Air Baltic Bombardier CS300 - YL-CSA (1:500) Herpa Models Item Number: HE530798 Five of Bombardier's C Series aircraft with the stretched fuselage have already been put into service with the Latvian airline, which is also launching customer for this variant.��_

        Air Baltic CS300 YL-CSA (1:200) - New Mold, Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number HE558457
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        Price: $79.95
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        Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item #: HE558457 -

          The stretched version of the C Series with a capacity for up to 160 passengers was delivered to launching customer Air Baltic in late 2016. By 2020, the CS300 is scheduled to completely replace the Boeing 737 still in the fleet. The model is made of die-cast metal; it goes without saying that the antennas on the fuselage are also replicated on this 1/200 scale model.