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Old 11-25-2020, 05:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Item no/SKU # QANTAS-LAST-747 (BLUE ARTWORK ON BOX) VH-OEJ

Item no/SKU # QANTAS747FAREWELL (RED ARTWORK ON BOX) VH-OEE


Starting with the coin on the last Qantas 747 " Scheduled Service QF28 SCL-SYD 26th March 2020







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Old 11-25-2020, 09:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Do we need to get vaccinated before we can buy QF models? Asking for a friend ...
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Old 11-25-2020, 04:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Very nice Queens added to your Qantas fleet Steve! How many Qantas Queens in your fleet now?
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Old 11-26-2020, 05:08 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Do we need to get vaccinated before we can buy QF models? Asking for a friend ...
Ha ha too funny and I love the humour, and you know what? It's welcome in this horrid 2020.

Anyhow I just explain what the little Irish man now Aussie said.

"If your buying Qantas Diecast A380's B747's or A330-300's or Retro Roo one or Retro Roo 2 or any aircraft models used on International flights, then you need the jab first"! If you are buying Qantas domestic models or Qantas regional models you don't need a jab. However, always read the T's an C's as that's terms and conditions folks prior to purchase L.O.L
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Very nice Queens added to your Qantas fleet Steve! How many Qantas Queens in your fleet now?

32 Tom, I had the Inflight200 VH-OEE from the first release, I decided after my purchase of OEJ to get the 2nd release of OEE to have them both together with the same stands and their coins. To look visually better in the display cabinet. The first release I put on ebay and it sold in it's seven day listing. I went to order the 2nd release Tom and it was sold out from the Inflight200 factory. I very quickly found myself without an OEE copy. CRICKEY ! Once again CAMS came to the rescue.
I also have the new flaps down GJ G2QFA734F on order and contemplating the flaps up version G2QFA734 of the same release

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Old 11-27-2020, 10:59 AM   #6 (permalink)
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32 QF B747's that is really nice, and just seeing them all in one photo would be amazing as well

Nice catch with these though, makes me wonder how many B747's did QANTAS actually have all variants of course, same I wonder for Ansett Australia Limited, afaik there were only 4 models released by BBOX/JC Wings, even though I am sure AAL had more than just 4 right.
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Old 11-27-2020, 03:40 PM   #7 (permalink)
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BTW...

Couldn’t trust my eyes last week in the briefing for our next weekly timetables but... QANTAS is coming back to FRA... nonstop from Perth... first flight will arrive on December 10th !!!

Now I really hope to the one of the two special B787 on that day

PS: More Information could be found here:

https://www.qantas.com/au/en/travel-...frankfurt.html
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Hi all,

I am debating between purchasing the EJ Phoenix model and EH Gemini model. I am leaning towards the Gemini because they seem to have nicer 747s, but I’d like to have Wunala which is why I’m considering Phoenix. Anyone have advice?
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Very good chance Qantas will want to make an impression on their return to FRA
either ZNJ "100TH TITLES" or ZND Yam Dreaming Martin. Make sure your there with your camera
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I am debating between purchasing the EJ Phoenix model and EH Gemini model. I am leaning towards the Gemini because they seem to have nicer 747s, but I’d like to have Wunala which is why I’m considering Phoenix. Anyone have advice?

Hi and welcome to the forum. I am not sure, but I think you have posted in the 1:200 section instead of the 1:400 section. I think you will have more success in that section of this forum with your question
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Ah... that’s why I am wondering about a B744 from PHOENIX... (when I remember right they only done the B747-8 in 1:200).

Regarding the QF flights to FRA... do you have read the conditions???

They advise to take your own food on board and... there will be no entertainment system running !!!

So for a flight 19 +/- hours long you will need definitely a good book...

So for 19 +/- hou

So for 19+
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Ups... forget the end of my last post... no idea what was going on there...
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Old 11-28-2020, 09:44 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Hi and welcome to the forum. I am not sure, but I think you have posted in the 1:200 section instead of the 1:400 section. I think you will have more success in that section of this forum with your question
I’m sorry, I meant Inflight200, not Phoenix. My bad!

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