Also of note the Boeing 767's are disappearing fast.
British Aiways 767's gone by end october
A very underused mould like the A300. Loads of schemes yet not many done.
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Very nice indeed. Also martinair retro and KLM last livery too
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A great topic and thank you for creating this thread turbochop. A big missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle of many collections. I think the 767 tooling is the most under used tooling out of a all the molds out there and furthermore, there is no competition so why is there not more 767's? I can say without any question, missing in a lot of Australian collections is a Qantas Boeing 767-238ER in particular Qantas first delivery "VH-EAJ". I think this would be a great subject for a Qantas license holder like GJ
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Euro Atlantic....back in 1991 when they approached me asking for a logo they told me they didnt want any red or green, since Tap, Portugalia and Air Atlantis at the time had these colours...and they would be called Air Madeira or even Air Zarco....so I came up with these three waves, no computer in those days, pantone paper all hand cut, a real mess!;-) but heres a vintage photo from the airchives of Retroguy, showing that around 7 AM the logo had been finished for presentation. They liked it. A week later they had stationary, and a few more items with my image....sadly,It took them six years to pay me though, and there were lawyers involved....:-( ....and only God knows why they ended up painting the aircraft like that....it was meant to have the Acqua colour repeated in the vertical stabilizer and the same artwork on the engines. In those days they said they were going to start with 737-300s, and maybe a Lockheed Tristar. And yes, I also agree that like the A 300 the 767 has been missed...lots of liveries that we wont see, Im sure. Its a shame really....