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It has been a trip of 8 years and 6 months now that I started collecting scale 1:200 diecast B747 models, now as if time flew by I am doing my review for the 42nd in my fleet of Queens.

So for number 42 I chose for Lufthansa's B747-430i with their new livery from 2018, it looks nice on this older aircraft, this is also one of the 8 that will enter service again for an other a 10 long years.

19 of their B747-830i'swill also reenter service this year and this was amazing news for being a major die-hard B747 fan myself.

So Due to this good news I decided to add this LH B747-430i the D-ABVM "Kiel" to my fleet as this is one of those eight that will return in to active service for new PAX flights.

Boeing 747-430i
Lufthansa "New Livery 2018-Present"
D-ABVM "Kiel"
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And since this is my last topic for some time I did some extra work with the photo's as well, but later more on that.

Also please don't go full nitpicky on things or constant flows of negative critics, hereby I ask for those to please keep such thoughts to themselves

And it's totally fine to like or dislike something, but not in ways to down talk someone's happiness, sorry for adding this but I do think it is of need.


Anyways! here the box to start with:

As you see Herpa had a photographer make a photo of the actual aircraft for the box cover, a cool way of representing the model the box contains, the photo was made by "Tim Holmgren".pic on the right is the rear of the box:


Here the side & box contents:


And here the photo's of the model it's self:

This livery does get to you once you have a model of a B747-430i for example, it really looks better than I thought it would be, the wiongs are white as well, which reminded me what Ansett Australia did with their B747-312's, and that tail is really classy looking and subtle:


That gray dome is for the SATCOM and the WiFi Internet interface, and since JC Wings made the model, the jeweled landing lights can also be seen in the nose gear and the main wings, just nice:


Here the face views, the color dark gray can be seen in the engines themselves as well as the fan blades:


The walk zones have a black tracing with the the message within them saying" Don't walk outside this area", two close windows do show off the yellow color.


And here the other side, the yellow parts in the windows can be seen as the aircraft type and birth name: Boeing 747-400, Kiel and a cool new style side shot, always trying out new things.


These two shows worked out very well, the white & silver tracings make the tail art stand out more, the Swan logo is silver btw
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Here an other angled rear shot & tailfin closeup:


here the rear views:


And lastly the top & belly shots; the walkway outlines can be clearly seen from the top view as well:



Here the stand shots:

Two nice rear angled shots from this side, the second shot gives a very cool look for a B747-400 aircraft imo.


Here some frontal side shots of this awesome model:


The following two shots were made from the front view, first one in a take off mode the other from slightly above


And here from the other side and rear left under:


And here the last stand shot for now:



The following photo's I took of the LH B747-430i the D-ABVM "Kiel with the LH B747-830i, the D-ABYL "Hessen".
D-ABYL is a PVC model from Herpa Wings, this was done to compare the differences applied and to also compare the size differences of a B747-400i and a B747-8i

New meets old, yet old's livery is newer than the older livery on the newer B747!
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Very nice pictures !!!

There’s something interesting about this model due to its differences to the GJ200 sister ship AND also to its first version and the later one, on which HERPA corrected some mistakes on their first release.

I hope to have some time to point these differences out…
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Goldie what can I say,... beautiful scale model, great photos (a lot!), interesting story.
Congratulations on your 42nd queen of the sky ! May many more follow...

I adore the fact that this bird has white wings. Didn't know that. I first saw such a thing on my Oman Air 787.
I think its very chic.

Also thanks for the nice news you bring here. I was aware that Lufthansa was going to put its 747-8 fleet back into service,
but I didn't know about the joyous fact that also eight 747-400s will be flying again.
We can only be happy about that, not ?
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The sheer size of the B747-8i can clearly be seen here when compared to the older B747-400:


Main difference I loved most was the massive differences in the main wing profile, wing angle but also the engines and slightly wider hull of the B747-8i it's self.


And here the LH B747-430i, D-ABVM "Kiel" with my KLM B747-406M, the PH-BFT "City of Tokyo", made some nice shots of these two, NL's & DE's latest B747 liveries together on their B744's.

Boeing 747-406M
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines "Wave Livery 2014-2020"
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Boeing 747-430i
Lufthansa "New Livery 2018-Present"
D-ABVM "Kiel"
Scale 1:200
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Here the latest B747-400 liveries from KLM & Lufthansa together and yes they make an awesome couple <3


Here them with a nose to nose closeup and both from side rear left:


Here an angled left rear shot as if the sunlight touched their bodies.
in the second shot an angled left front side side by side:


Here both PH-BFT & D-ABVM on their landing gear nose to nose, from afar & up close.
The second shot I also use as my main wallpaper:


Here a closeup of their heads & tails:


Almost face to face but aside of each other, just something new I been trying, seems I finally got this working alright:


And here tail to tail, this too went well.


And here the final display, the D-ABVM stands above the PH-BFA:


When I was doing the photo's I listened to a lot of Phil Collins & Genesis and this song I really liked a lot:

Genesis with Phil Collins - No Son of Mine (1991)


Many thanks for reading and enjoy this extended review
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Very nice pictures !!!

There’s something interesting about this model due to its differences to the GJ200 sister ship AND also to its first version and the later one, on which HERPA corrected some mistakes on their first release.

I hope to have some time to point these differences out…
hey many thanks man funny part I had to redo all the photo's because my table was dirty haha

Ah well no harm done though, they all did turn out well, my 2003 Sony CuberShot DSC-V3 still odes a good job, I always try to hold my breath when taking the shot and for the background I used the inner white boxes to create a white wall which catches the flash thereby making the photo's for the models somewhat better and no odd wolves or Dinosaurs can be seen in the background

And as for explaining the differences of the previous models and this one please do!, feel free to show us these differences some might find that useful and helpful, that is always welcome!

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Goldie what can I say,... beautiful scale model, great photos (a lot!), interesting story.
Congratulations on your 42nd queen of the sky ! May many more follow...

I adore the fact that this bird has white wings. Didn't know that. I first saw such a thing on my Oman Air 787.
I think its very chic.

Also thanks for the nice news you bring here. I was aware that Lufthansa was going to put its 747-8 fleet back into service,
but I didn't know about the joyous fact that also eight 747-400s will be flying again.
We can only be happy about that, not ?
Yea it was like music in my ears, best news for every B747 fan out there, we had our little party at my Boeing 747 Community at Facebook, that also is the reason why I bought D-ABVM, and I got her for a steal too, 122.8 Eur incl shipping from Germany to The Netherlands it arrived within 48 hours, this means the shipping speeds seem to be back to normal again as well:
https://www.ebay.ie/itm/234029936514

Here that awesome news of Lufthansa putting their B747-400's & B747-8i's back in to service for PAX flights:
https://www.godsavethepoints.com/luf...urope-flights/
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PS: The -400 of LH won’t return, the -8’s never stopped to fly (even sometimes many were put in storage)
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PS: The -400 of LH won’t return, the -8’s never stopped to fly (even sometimes many were put in storage)
Well they actually are, Lufthansa group mentioned it them self
D-ABVM is one of them I was told.

https://www.lufthansagroup.com/en/co...g-747-400.html
Very soon, it proved to be an extremely reliable aircraft. Lufthansa operates its B747-400s, each seating 371 passengers, on intercontinental flights.

Here as well:
https://simpleflying.com/lufthansa-boeing-747-no-early-retirement/
"CEO Carsten Spohr confirmed that the 744s would be with us a bit longer."

But either way I'm still happy their B747-830i remains their main flagship, as it should be.


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A nice model Goldie well done. I was always under the impression the the last passenger flight of a 747-400 was this one;-

20 March, China Airlines--->
On 20 March, China Airlines operated its last passenger-carrying 747 flight, aptly numbered CI2747, with a -400 registered B-18215. The aircraft, which the SkyTeam carrier took delivery of in 2005, is also the final passenger carrying 747-400 produced by Boeing.21 Mar 2021

However, the aviation history book needs to be re written if Lufthansa are reactivating their 747-4's. Anyhow, It's always a great result when Herpa commissions JCW tooling. Thanks for the great pictures too.
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Very nice topic again goldleader, was also under the impression that the 400 wouldn't return in sevice. If so I am very anxious to go and spot them. The A340-600 is also coming back so everything is possible. Saw the retro -8 just flying over our house here, so glad that she is back in service too.
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A nice model Goldie well done. I was always under the impression the the last passenger flight of a 747-400 was this one;-

20 March, China Airlines--->
On 20 March, China Airlines operated its last passenger-carrying 747 flight, aptly numbered CI2747, with a -400 registered B-18215. The aircraft, which the SkyTeam carrier took delivery of in 2005, is also the final passenger carrying 747-400 produced by Boeing.21 Mar 2021

However, the aviation history book needs to be re written if Lufthansa are reactivating their 747-4's. Anyhow, It's always a great result when Herpa commissions JCW tooling. Thanks for the great pictures too.
Hmm I could of mis read something , even tho I was sure that their B747-400's would at least stay in service a bit longer as their own site shows, but then again that may need an update from the Lufthansa Administrator.

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Very nice topic again goldleader, was also under the impression that the 400 wouldn't return in sevice. If so I am very anxious to go and spot them. The A340-600 is also coming back so everything is possible. Saw the retro -8 just flying over our house here, so glad that she is back in service too.
Hey thanks, yea this was a fun one to do, love the model it's really well done, seeing that it's wings are while pretty much what Ansett did to their B743's that does make it stand out from many other white liveries I guess, it's really nice looking also considering the special liveries you could apply to it with such a plain color set.

A white backdrop is easier to apply colors to than a dark one for example.
Here my AAL B747-312 which also has these white wings, I do love this idea tbh:


And here the Lufthansa B747-430i:


See The resemblance, even tho Lufthansa did mark the walk zone barriers and Ansett didn't, which is strange.
Yet Ansett did do that on their B747-412's, VH-ANA pictured here; even by using the traditional bare aluminum colored area's instead, which you can see here:


The Ansett B747's without the Sydney 2000 paint schemes also had the same white wings as the VH-INJ seen there the same for their 412's as the VH-ANA.


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There’s something interesting about this model due to its differences to the GJ200 sister ship AND also to its first version and the later one, on which HERPA corrected some mistakes on their first release.

I hope to have some time to point these differences out…
Hope you do point out the differences! Also, how can you tell old Herpa release versus new release?
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A nice model Goldie well done. I was always under the impression the the last passenger flight of a 747-400 was this one;-

20 March, China Airlines--->
On 20 March, China Airlines operated its last passenger-carrying 747 flight, aptly numbered CI2747, with a -400 registered B-18215. The aircraft, which the SkyTeam carrier took delivery of in 2005, is also the final passenger carrying 747-400 produced by Boeing.21 Mar 2021
B-18215 was the last 747-400 produced by Boeing, and operated China Airlines' last passenger-carrying B747 flight. (All 747-400s build after B-18215/LN 1358 are Freighters)

There are still a few 747-400s flying around the globe, carrying passengers. And it's definitely fabulous news LH are bringing some back to service.

Long live the Boeing 747
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There are still a few 747-400s flying around the globe, carrying passengers. And it's definitely fabulous news LH are bringing some back to service.

Long live the Boeing 747

I agree, it's great to see LH bringing the 747-4's back
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Seems Goldie was 100% right about returning the LH 744 back to service. At least three from what I read, maybe more. Eight are still there it seems. Ooooh how nice to book a flight on one of them beauties. Nothing beats a four hauler.
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Yes, seems that times are changing quickly

Therefore if you want to see B747’s, FRA is the place you’ll have to go

We actual number 1 in the world concerning B747 movements… regarding PAX or freight

And this won't change until the final end of this beautiful aircraft...
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B-18215 was the last 747-400 produced by Boeing, and operated China Airlines' last passenger-carrying B747 flight. (All 747-400s build after B-18215/LN 1358 are Freighters)

There are still a few 747-400s flying around the globe, carrying passengers. And it's definitely fabulous news LH are bringing some back to service.

Long live the Boeing 747
Was great news indeed, one of my admins at my Boeing 747 Community at FB Passed the great news, such things only bring back happiness for us B747 fans

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I agree, it's great to see LH bringing the 747-4's back
Lets hope other companies will reconsider this option, it's never too late to bring them back imo.

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Seems Goldie was 100% right about returning the LH 744 back to service. At least three from what I read, maybe more. Eight are still there it seems. Ooooh how nice to book a flight on one of them beauties. Nothing beats a four hauler.
Yea well the info I get at my Boeing 747 Community is 95% of the time dead accurate, if it's inaccurate you won't see me post it, simple

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Yes, seems that times are changing quickly

Therefore if you want to see B747’s, FRA is the place you’ll have to go

We actual number 1 in the world concerning B747 movements… regarding PAX or freight

And this won't change until the final end of this beautiful aircraft...
Schiphol has plenty of B747's coming in and out from the place, mostly freighters but it would be amazing to see LH's B747-430i's & 830i's there as well

All in all I am very satisfied with Herpa's JC Wings release of D-ABVM "Kiel", she looks great in my main display


And while I am at it the other 10 scale 1:200 B747's are in my secondary & tertiary displays in my bedroom which are these:


There you have it, 42 scale 1:200 diecast B747's took me around 8 years and 7 months to complete, was worth the ride so far

Also for those wondering, all eight LH B747-430i's will return to service !
https://www.airway1.com/lufthansa-pl...oeing-747-400/


This is the best news of the day when it comes to the PAC version of the Boeing 747-400 especially!
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It would be interesting to see if these LH747-4's go into the aviation books as being the last PAX 747-4's
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It would be interesting to see if these LH747-4's go into the aviation books as being the last PAX 747-4's
Yea or unless others will follow their pattern Korean Air still has B747-4B5's afaik, dunno if they plan on reusing theirs as well.

The B747-8B5i will remain in service for at least 25 a 30 years easily.

Mahan Air wins the PAX Classic prize though, their B747-3B3M that being, seeing a B747-300 outlive A380's & B747-400's is pretty crazy.
read more about their B743 here
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To make you guys happy, here is another one : Welcome back D-ABVX
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And also the original of this thread came back home last week to get prepared for its next PAX services 👍
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The more PAX B747-400s that take to the skies the merrier!
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