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Old 04-27-2014, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Meridiana 767-300 ...JC, any chance!?!

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Old 04-27-2014, 01:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks to Meridiana for her classic, beautiful livery on this 767 !! It would be fantastic to see it in 1/200...
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Old 04-27-2014, 02:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Wonderfull Meridian plane! Still hoping for a JCwings BAe146,

What route is this 767 going to fly on.
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On a DC-9-51 first please!!
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Old 04-27-2014, 04:36 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Wonderfull Meridian plane! Still hoping for a JCwings BAe146,

What route is this 767 going to fly on.
Me too,of course...hope for a JCwings BAe146

767 IG fleet will operate mainly leasure routes. (and scheduled flights NAP/PMO-JFK).

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Old 01-04-2018, 05:36 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Unfortunately the JKF route is not scheduled all year long
Btw, Meridiana still connect Italian and European cities with her remaining B737 fleet (some of them, the 800s, also perform non scheduled flights too)
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Old 01-04-2018, 10:21 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Wow!!
I remember when a 'classic airliner' was a DC-6 or Connie. Then a DC-8 or 707. A 767 isn't even a first generation jet. Time marches on!!!!

Now a cheatline livery is also a very rare thing.

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Wow!!
I remember when a 'classic airliner' was a DC-6 or Connie. Then a DC-8 or 707. A 767 isn't even a first generation jet. Time marches on!!!!

Now a cheatline livery is also a very rare thing.
Yeah, my buddy's nephew was commenting how he liked the old classic Avro.

I was thinking Lancastrian or the like. He was actually referring to the 146!
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Wow!!
I remember when a 'classic airliner' was a DC-6 or Connie. Then a DC-8 or 707. A 767 isn't even a first generation jet. Time marches on!!!!

Now a cheatline livery is also a very rare thing.
Meridiana is a merger between the italian Alisarda, founded in 1963 and another merger between LA Canarias, UniversAir und Euravia. from Spain. They started with Beechcraft C-54 and Fokker F-27s. Since 1974 they're flyng Jets. So the airline itself is quite classic - at least to me. they also flew DC-9-14/-51 and MD-80s. But to say the truth, if ever this airline makes it to a diecast model, i think the 767 has got better chances than the others.

https://img.planespotters.net/photo/...Net_794924.jpg

http://www.airlines-airliners.de/fot...rda/i_smee.jpg

http://www.lowk-spotting.at/nostalgie14_alismd82.jpg
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Meridiana is a merger between the italian Alisarda, founded in 1963 and another merger between LA Canarias, UniversAir und Euravia. from Spain. They started with Beechcraft C-54 and Fokker F-27s. Since 1974 they're flyng Jets. So the airline itself is quite classic - at least to me. they also flew DC-9-14/-51 and MD-80s. But to say the truth, if ever this airline makes it to a diecast model, i think the 767 has got better chances than the others.

https://img.planespotters.net/photo/...Net_794924.jpg

http://www.airlines-airliners.de/fot...rda/i_smee.jpg

http://www.lowk-spotting.at/nostalgie14_alismd82.jpg
Don’t forget the Bae 146 and the A319

Apart the actual MD80 (Herpa 1:500), the only models produced for this company was the Bae 146 (1:600 and 1:150) and the A319 (1:200, sold on board till late 2010)
Rares, very rares
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