Further to my post of a few days ago, here is more of my 1:200 collection depicting aircraft I have flown on by specific registration. My apologies for the quality of the photography/lighting (I'll be happy to try again on any that anyone would like to see more clearly). I still have a few boxes to unpack, having just moved, but I am getting there...
A group I particularly enjoy are the Garuda models. Included in the attached are a Royal Jordanian L15 which was used in regular GA service as their own aircraft were deployed on Hadj. A LaTur AB6 they leased in to operate their Australian route to Melbourne at the time, and a DC-10 they leased to Continental, which wore both carrier's colors. Yet to be unpacked, and though not Garuda, is another Hadj airplane, F-ODVF a Royal Jordanian A310 operated by Malaysia Airlines.
Hah happy new year D1A1C1 Lovely collection you have there sir, still your Boeing 747's are by far the best imo hehe
I hope your 2018 will be a good one, might be an idea to give these collection glass doors with glass sides so they are enclosed and protected from dust and other unwanted things.
Cleaning them wouldn't be grand due to the breakable parts they all have etc, damaging them wouldn't be the idea either right.
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..... though not Garuda, is another Hadj airplane, F-ODVF a Royal Jordanian A310 operated by Malaysia Airlines.
That obscure plane is available in 1:200 ?! I only have the AC 1:400 version with me
As info only, it wasn't exclusively for the Haj service - did some regular commercial runs too I believe. And pretty elusive she was, ever only seen her once at our local airport (BKI)
That is one impressive collection youve got there! Love the cabinets too..happy new year!
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Snowghost: Well, I have been around quite a few years, have lived all over the world, and have been obsessed with flying the world's airlines and aircraft types. As for many here, the 747 has always been the focus of my attention, but if I could spot a way to fly something "interesting" (ultimately in the eye of the beholder), or unique, I went for it.