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Old 06-11-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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I really loved Balkan Holidays Air, but i cannot found any 1:200 in the model database. Does anyone know any brand release it in 1:200 scale???? If not I wish Hogan/Herpa will do it.







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Old 06-11-2008, 04:39 PM   #2
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I really loved Balkan Holidays Air, but i cannot found any 1:200 in the model database. Does anyone know any brand release it in 1:200 scale???? If not I wish Hogan/Herpa will do it.







Gemini release would be nice.
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crownvic, where are u??????...
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I Prefer That Hogan Or Herpa Make A Bulgaria Air 737.
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Im here, but I am washing the car...
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Im here, but I am washing the car...
And are all those girls in their skimpy outfits helping too



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And are all those girls in their skimpy outfits helping too
Yes...and then my wife came out and said I had to go inside and wash up and get ready for dinner, playtime was over...I did choose one hotty to help me wash up though..

I do like this scheme too, but unfortunately as collectors we are the minority. When it comes to sales the bottom line is that these one-off schemes dont sell in big enough numbers to justify production...Its the Deltas, Continental, United the biggies from Europe and Asia that draw the sales. Air Jamaica and Phuket air are previous examples of colorful schemes and though they sell, its not as well as the others!
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Yes...and then my wife came out and said I had to go inside and wash up and get ready for dinner, playtime was over...I did choose one hotty to help wash me up though..
Hilarious !!



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Not all nice liveries will be made by these model manufacturers. More often its a case of them having the requisite licence from the airline or them doing what they think should be done. We don't count.



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I do like this scheme too, but unfortunately as collectors we are the minority. When it comes to sales the bottom line is that these one-off schemes dont sell in big enough numbers to justify production...Its the Deltas, Continental, United the biggies from Europe and Asia that draw the sales. Air Jamaica and Phuket air are previous examples of colorful schemes and though they sell, its not as well as the others!
Yes, i understand ur reason for business. I agreed the collectors are the minority but we are the best way for PR and advertise ur brand and ur product to the public. So side by side the popular schemes, i think ur company still need produce the one-off schemes (like BHair...) even it's not make the profit like the others. Another question, how many product need run for one mould to make the profit???
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Yes...and then my wife came out and said I had to go inside and wash up and get ready for dinner, playtime was over...I did choose one hotty to help me wash up though..

I do like this scheme too, but unfortunately as collectors we are the minority. When it comes to sales the bottom line is that these one-off schemes dont sell in big enough numbers to justify production...Its the Deltas, Continental, United the biggies from Europe and Asia that draw the sales. Air Jamaica and Phuket air are previous examples of colorful schemes and though they sell, its not as well as the others!
I'm sure there'll be 750 of us willing to buy one......

So would my suggestion of a Britannia Airways 752 fall into the same catagory?
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If big european airlines sell why isnt there a lot of Easyjet and Ryanair Models?
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