Herpa German BA Fokker 100 D-ADFA Scale 1/200 572279
Brand : Herpa
- 0.95 KGS
- Calculated at Checkout
With the unification of the two German states in 1990, the Allied traffic rights to and from Berlin were abolished. At the time of division, only British, French and US airlines were allowed to fly to the western sectors. After the unification of Germany, British Airways tried to maintain its market position through a German subsidiary. With the acquisition of Germany's Delta Air in 1992, BA secured the German license and renamed it Deutsche BA. It started with seven Fokker 100s, whose livery was derived from British Airways livery.