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Old 07-28-2020, 06:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Air France A319 by Inflight/Socatec

Hi!

I purchased this one from Aviation Megastore (NL) and received it a couple of days ago.
I'm happy with it. I think it's a nice model so I've decided to share it with you. Maybe some of you are considering buying it.

Sorry for the poor photo skills.
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Old 07-28-2020, 03:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very nice model and mold!
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Is this a new model? I don't recollect mine having a SAT dish.
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I've ordered one of these to customize with the older colors, since only Hogan has done that livery before, and it's a "flown on" example for me.

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Is this a new model? I don't recollect mine having a SAT dish.
Maybe you have the A320, but there's not been a diecast AF A319 until this one according to DiMA. But this does present a possible anachronism for my custom as well...hmm. Wonder how removable that is.
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Interesting model. What a massive radome!
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Is this a new model? I don't recollect mine having a SAT dish.
I think this might be the Inflight mould? The wingtips are thinner than the Gemini. Do the gears remove?
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Is this a new model? I don't recollect mine having a SAT dish.
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Is this a new model? I don't recollect mine having a SAT dish.
I think this might be the Inflight mould? The wingtips are thinner than the Gemini. Do the gears remove?
It is the inflight mould. Made for Socatec. I was surprised, but yes, the gears are removable.
I agree it's a big radome. But it is big in real too. Maybe a little bit out of proportion on the model.
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I thought the radome is actually the nose of the aircraft and the bump on top is the SATCOM antenna.
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I thought the radome is actually the nose of the aircraft and the bump on top is the SATCOM antenna.
Oups. This is what happens when you use your phone in the middle of the night!
You are right, I meant the antenna
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Very nice! Thank you!
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Old 07-31-2020, 03:34 PM   #11 (permalink)
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It is to clean to be an Air France model..

I have decided to go for Air France models of planes KLM does not have...
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