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A new startup in Malaysia called Love Fly has emerged. They are an LCC based at Penang. They have 2 737's right now, 9M-LOV and 9M-MJI. I quite like their livery, it's unique. This is the only picture of their livery as of now, but as more clear pictures come along could you please consider making this, NG?
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A new startup in Malaysia called Love Fly has emerged. They are an LCC based at Penang. They have 2 737's right now, 9M-LOV and 9M-MJI. I quite like their livery, it's unique. This is the only picture of their livery as of now, but as more clear pictures come along could you please consider making this, NG?
Lovely looking livery indeed, though demand would be a problem?
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Lovely liveries!

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Lovely looking livery indeed, though demand would be a problem?
As they grow and more people are informed of their existence, I'm guessing there will be ample demand to warrant a release
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At least they aren't a Spanish carrier...
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It reminds me of WestJet's budget carrier, Swoop. I'm surprised Swoop hasn't been done yet, actually:

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As they grow and more people are informed of their existence, I'm guessing there will be ample demand to warrant a release
I gotta agree with Thatdudeinblue.

A point I've made in previous threads, model production capacity is finite. There is always an opportunity cost. A decision to produce model ABC, comes at the expense of *not* producing model XYZ.

NG has yet to produce B738 releases for some of the most prominent operators of the type. Just off the top of my head:

Southwest (o/c or n/c)
KLM (o/c or n/c)
Alaska (o/c or n/c)
Qantas
Sun Country
China Eastern

It would be questionable business logic to produce an obscure Malaysian upstart airline with a fleet of two (2) airplanes, much less one with particularly regional and limited consumer awareness. As opposed to producing one of the above-named, most of which have appeal in the largest consumer markets in the world: the United States, China, and Western Europe.
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I gotta agree with Thatdudeinblue.

A point I've made in previous threads, model production capacity is finite. There is always an opportunity cost. A decision to produce model ABC, comes at the expense of *not* producing model XYZ.

NG has yet to produce B738 releases for some of the most prominent operators of the type. Just off the top of my head:

Southwest (o/c or n/c)
KLM (o/c or n/c)
Alaska (o/c or n/c)
Qantas
Sun Country
China Eastern

It would be questionable business logic to produce an obscure Malaysian upstart airline with a fleet of two (2) airplanes, much less one with particularly regional and limited consumer awareness. As opposed to producing one of the above-named, most of which have appeal in the largest consumer markets in the world: the United States, China, and Western Europe.
mhm, I see what you're saying. Maybe a release later down the line, after they've released some of the more prominent carriers and after Fly Love expands and grows, would be better.
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