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Old 11-19-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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printed on mugs. All proceeds go to the restoration of this ship. Any support would be appreciated.

HFB 320 HANSA JET

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Old 11-19-2008, 03:54 PM   #2
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can you make me that too with an air canada 767?
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can you make me that too with an air canada 767?

i dont make mugs.
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then how did you get them excatly?
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then how did you get them excatly?
Read the post. I'm not a supplier.
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Old 11-19-2008, 04:42 PM   #6
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Get interested in Hansajet mugs~ The Modern Air version will be out soon~

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Old 12-21-2008, 02:59 PM   #8
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Nice one, Herb.
Love both your artwork and the real Hansa. Damn, it's been a while since I saw one flying, only ever saw a stored one in the past years...

Edit: Wait... the one I saw in storage is the one that has been transfered to Hamburg.
Thanks Phantom~
Eckhard Giese is the person behind the Hansa restoration. We've been in close contact for quite some time. He's just finished a comprehensive book on the Hansa Jet that is due out soon. I've seen the book and strongly suggest to pick one up as they are sure to sell out. The Hansa you mention was transferred to Hamburg; now it has been shipped to New England USA for its final restoration. The "re-roll-out" was recent. Sorry, wasnt able to attend to take pics.
Look for another mug to come out featuring the Modern Air Hansa Jet....along with other product. Eckhard is also responsible for an upcoming Starliner project. More on that later! Happy Holidays!

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Took these as I was taxiing out at KTOL Toledo Express on the 5th of March.

Sorry for the poor quality....they look to be ex-Cherry Air.



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Dylan,

Thanks for taking and posting pics. The owner of those airplanes lost her husband in an accident quite some time ago (Grand Air). I owe the family a print of their airplane. She sent me a model in the final burgundy colors you captured. If you visit again, could you get some more pics? I would appreciate it. Amazing aircraft.

Here is a link to one of the Grand Air Hansajets that was sunk into 45' of water for dive rescue training in Ohio.
Google Image Result for http://www.portagequarry.com/images/06Summer/HansaHFB320/fuselagefront.jpg

Once they get some space for restoration in Germany, my new digital will be out snapping pics. Hopefully a ride~ The person responsible for the restoration is Eckhard Giese. He's putting the image on the mugs at the website: HFB 320 HANSA JET Go to "shop" and you can pick one up. Also Eckhard has published a brand new book on the subject. Lots of unseen new and old pics. You can pick up a book on the site as well.

BTW: Were there any logos or marks on the blue/white ship?

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PS: What were you taxiing in?
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Dylan,

Thanks for taking and posting pics. The owner of those airplanes lost her husband in an accident quite some time ago (Grand Air). I owe the family a print of their airplane. She sent me a model in the final burgundy colors you captured. If you visit again, could you get some more pics? I would appreciate it. Amazing aircraft.

Here is a link to one of the Grand Air Hansajets that was sunk into 45' of water for dive rescue training in Ohio.
Google Image Result for http://www.portagequarry.com/images/06Summer/HansaHFB320/fuselagefront.jpg

Once they get some space for restoration in Germany, my new digital will be out snapping pics. Hopefully a ride~ The person responsible for the restoration is Eckhard Giese. He's putting the image on the mugs at the website: HFB 320 HANSA JET Go to "shop" and you can pick one up. Also Eckhard has published a brand new book on the subject. Lots of unseen new and old pics. You can pick up a book on the site as well.

BTW: Were there any logos or marks on the blue/white ship?

Thanks,
Herb

PS: What were you taxiing in?
Grande Air...thats the other Hansa operator I was thinking of! I used to see a Cherry Air in SLC all the time back in the mid-late 80s'. Gotta sit in the cockpit once. Cool little jet!

I saw no markings on the Bluea and White one. If I ever get back to TOL, I will have the FBO take me down there to get some colse-ups.

I was taxiing in this beauty:


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Grande Air...thats the other Hansa operator I was thinking of! I used to see a Cherry Air in SLC all the time back in the mid-late 80s'. Gotta sit in the cockpit once. Cool little jet!

I saw no markings on the Bluea and White one. If I ever get back to TOL, I will have the FBO take me down there to get some colse-ups.

I was taxiing in this beauty:

Would appreciate those if you get the chance. Gorgeous Pilatus PC-2. Gotta be the hottest single Turboprop out there. Didn't know you were a driver. Congrats! If you can, post the topic. It would be great to see more of this airplane~ Looks fresh from the factory!
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Herb, the PC-12 is a blast to fly. We manage 4, soon to be 5 out of KSLC and fly them to every corner of North and Central America. I fly the PC-12, Citation Excel, and now Hawker 800....and the PC-12 is by far the funner of te 3....unless you're going cross country . I will stick a topic in the 1:1 forum with lots of good pics and technicl stuff soon!
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Herb, the PC-12 is a blast to fly. We manage 4, soon to be 5 out of KSLC and fly them to every corner of North and Central America. I fly the PC-12, Citation Excel, and now Hawker 800....and the PC-12 is by far the funner of te 3....unless you're going cross country . I will stick a topic in the 1:1 forum with lots of good pics and technicl stuff soon!
THAT is really cool. Had no idea you flew....with that many ratings to boot. I'm very impressed.
What is the typical FL for these various aircraft? Every once in a while, I look up and see these tiny contrails being made by a small dot of a bizjet at cruise. It's mind boggling to picture an aircraft the size of two stretch limos cruising at thirty-five or forty thousand feet.

If I wasn't doing digital develop/design for the clothing industry, would definitely be somewhere up close and personal with biz or commercial aviation.Looking forward to your post. I prefer 1:1 to scale ANY day!

PS: You might like these pics below. Teterboro last weekend~ a fantastic place to see almost every biz-jet currently in service.
Can't wait to go back and visit.
The other image is a recent sketch. The Nauticair 450 Amphibian is part of a 3-view print in work for it's designer Leonard Gioia. It received some revisions and reworked contours based on a simple black line sketch provided.
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THAT is really cool. Had no idea you flew....with that many ratings to boot. I'm very impressed.
What is the typical FL for these various aircraft? Every once in a while, I look up and see these tiny contrails being made by a small dot of a bizjet at cruise. It's mind boggling to picture an aircraft the size of two stretch limos cruising at thirty-five or forty thousand feet.

If I wasn't doing digital develop/design for the clothing industry, would definitely be somewhere up close and personal with biz or commercial aviation.Looking forward to your post. I prefer 1:1 to scale ANY day!

PS: You might like these pics below. Teterboro last weekend~ a fantastic place to see almost every biz-jet currently in service.
Can't wait to go back and visit.
The other image is a recent sketch. The Nauticair 450 Amphibian is part of a 3-view print in work for it's designer Leonard Gioia. It received some revisions and reworked contours based on a simple black line sketch provided.
Enjoy Looking forward to your post.
I go into TEB quite often...last time was in on the 1st of March, and out on the 5th. The PC-12's service ceiling is FL300, but it's sweet spot is 270 eastbound. Burns only 350 lbs an hour, true airspeeds of 265, and a on top of most of the weather. The Excel will always shoot right up to 430....it's slow (.73-.74) but the view is great! Don't know on the Hawker yeat as I go to school next month...but from what I've heard....it's a bit of a dog...

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