Comprising superior quality, solid, substantial injection molded plastic components with a simple snap-fit design that allows for easy assembly without the need for glue, this SkyMarks 1/100 Scale Air Canada Airbus A220-300 - Registration C-GNBN - featured in its stunning, muted gray retro TCA Trans-Canada Air Lines Livery - measures approximately 15-1/16-inches long with a 13-5/8-inch wingspan and comes complete with a Display Stand. Founded in 1937, Trans-Canada Air Lines was recognized as the former flag carrier of Canada until 1965, when the airline was renamed Air Canada. The Airbus A220-300, which went into service at the end of 2016 and is larger than the initially introduced Airbus A220-100, is a modern, technologically advanced aircraft that was developed to fly 120-160 passengers up to 3,400 nautical miles in quiet comfort to different points that were either not feasible for several reasons or simply not profitable for the airlines. Recognized by airlines for its efficiency and economical operating costs, the Airbus A220-300, which is nearly identical to the Airbus A220-100 variant in almost all respects, enables airlines to cost effectively fly both versions while allowing pilots and flight crews to easily transition from one model to the other. According to Airbus, even though the Airbus A220 Family is the smallest jetliner in Airbus' commercial aircraft product line, not only does it offer unbeatable comfort, with its large seats, ample storage space and large windows, it is a single aisle aircraft that feels like a widebody jet.