Hooters Air Boeing 737-200 Scale 1:130 Airplane Model Defunct Airlines - New For Sale


Hooters Air Boeing 737-200 Scale 1:130 Airplane Model Defunct Airlines - New
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Hooters Air Boeing 737-200 Scale 1:130 Airplane Model Defunct Airlines - New :
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HOOTERS AIR NO LONGER FLIES

NO GLUING REQUIRED SIMPLE SNAP-FIT CONSTRUCTION

DISPLAY STAND INCLUDED

CLASSIC ORANGE, NAVY AND WHITE PAINT THEME

1:130 Scale

Aircraft of the World collection. Featuring the highly collectible Hooters Air 737. Classic orange, navy, and white paint theme. 1:130 Scale The airline was established in 2003 and started operations on March 6, 2003. It was founded by Hooters of America restaurant owner Robert Brooks, who acquired Pace Airlines in December 2002. All flights were operated by Pace Airlines. Hooters Air was owned by Hooters of America, Inc. Brooks initially envisioned Hooters Air as an unconventional means of generating awareness for the Hooters restaurant brand; the carrier was sometimes referred to as a "flying billboard" for the restaurant chain. Aside from its unorthodox neighborhood chain-restaurant tie-in, Hooters Air sought to differentiate itself from other carriers with a distinctive style of in-flight service. The carrier was marketed towards golfers in an effort to bring casual and tournament players to Myrtle Beach's 100+ championship golf courses. Two "Hooters Girls," dressed in their restaurant uniforms, were on each flight assisting the (traditionally attired) in-flight crews with hospitality duties. The company advertised nonstop flights for most routes. Although Hooters Air billed itself as a low-fare carrier, rows of seats were removed from the aircraft to provide 34" seating pitch to all passengers, comparable to the legroom offered by many carriers' business classes; in keeping with the golf-friendly orientation of the carrier, this was called "Club Class" seating. Additionally, all seats were upholstered in dark blue or black leather, and all aircraft were painted in Hooters' orange and white company colors featuring the company logo, and mascot ("Hootie the Owl"), on the vertical stabilizer. Also, at a time when many low-cost carriers were eliminating in-flight frills in an effort to curtail expenses, Hooters Air served complimentary meals to all customers on trips lasting over one hour.

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