I really like this model because of its good details on the fuselage and the wheels are rolling!
But like any other model there is not so perfect replica of the actual aircraft.
I notice some problems like the missing emergency exit strips located in front of the 2 exit doors in the wings and the 7777 sign printed in the front landing gear is wrong it must be 777 not 7777.
A year before Herpa released a PAL 7773ER but after the unveiling of the actual aircraft some are disappointed because the title of the airline "Philippines" was located in wrong Position and the text was to small. It was very different with the actual aircraft.
This model was made by PPC and it is available in-flight at Philippine Airlines however there are some local hobby shop in the Philippines selling it for P1,500.
I would like also to thank bleuewin of Pinoy Exchange.com for helping me to get my PAL 777.
RP-C7777, a Boeing 777-300 was the first 777 aircraft of Philippine Airlines and it was also the first Philippine Airline Company to have this kind of Aircraft.
PAL currently have 2 7773ER on their fleet RP-C7777 and RP-C7776 all was leased from GECAS.