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Old 05-12-2015, 06:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i wonder if they are going to release their own or use somebody elses....
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...their own mould...gorgeous model...but what do I know?!
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any sample pics? ....i cannot find it being available anywhere yet....
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Pictures would be wonderful. This is a much anticipated release.

My guess is we will see pictures of the Albatros Eva Air 'twins' first. I e-mailed Albatros and they say the models will be in their store at the end of this month (May). Pictures will be available then.
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Was in ARD today and they had some of the new Inflight's in B777's, Tristar's, & A350, held the B777, and Tristar, both very heavy like there new DC-10, no picks tho as I was in and out.
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Was in ARD today and they had some of the new Inflight's in B777's, Tristar's, & A350, held the B777, and Tristar, both very heavy like there new DC-10, no picks tho as I was in and out.
Hopefully they will post some pictures on their site or we will get pictures from some other source very soon. Pictures showing the new mold shouldn't be long now that the model has been released.
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Default Re: any pics of the Inflight 77W mould?

From what I heard......both EVA will be on JC mould ?! Well...hopefully! And both will be on market end of this month.
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From what I heard......both EVA will be on JC mould ?! Well...hopefully! And both will be on market end of this month.
That is NOT what Albatros is saying. It will be on the new InFlight mold.

I e-mailed them and they did say the model would be in at the end of this month, but they said it would be on the NEW INFLIGHT MOLD. InFlight was using the JCW mold, but that agreement is over and InFlight will be using their own 'new' mold for all their 777-300ER releases.

The InFlight web site also lists the Eva Air 'twins' as InFlight models with the stock number for the 'Ribbon' of ALB7730814 (Albatros77330814). The Albatros website lists the stock number for the regular livery as ALB10, and for the Ribbon model as ALB11.

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That is NOT what Albatros is saying. It will be on the new InFlight mold.

I e-mailed them and they did say the model would be in at the end of this month, but they said it would be on the NEW INFLIGHT MOLD. InFlight was using the JCW mold, but that agreement is over and InFlight will be using their own 'new' mold for all their 777-300ER releases.

The InFlight web site also lists the Eva Air 'twins' as InFlight models with the stock number for the 'Ribbon' of ALB7730814 (Albatros77330814)
i don't understand why they don't have an agreement on the 727 mould!!
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