Delta Air Lines
Scale 1-200 model
Boeing B767-200
Registration: N102DA (MSN 22214/12)
Flat black display stand - Original printed box
Callsign: DELTA
Airline Full Name: Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Country: United States
Airline Founded: 1924
Headquarters: Atlanta Hartsfield - Jackson (ATL / KATL)
Bases: Minneapolis St. Paul International (MSP / KMSP) -  Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW / KDTW) - New York John F. Kennedy (JFK / KJFK) - New York La Guardia (LGA / KLGA) - Los Angeles International (LAX / KLAX) - Salt Lake City International (SLC / KSLC) - Seattle Tacoma International (SEA / KSEA)
Fleet Size: 908 Aircraft (+ 12 On Order/Planned)
Aircraft Type: Boeing B767-232
Configuration: F18Y186
Engines: 2x GE CF6-80A
Aircraft name: The Spirit of Delta / Fleet number: 102
On December 15, 1982, Delta's first Boeing 767 Aircraft was unveiled and christened "The Spirit of Delta". In 1982, a year when many airlines experienced low revenues, the idea of "Project 767" was spearheaded by three Delta flight attendants. Project 767 was a voluntary program which invited all Delta employees to participate financially in the purchase of the aircraft