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Old 03-05-2020, 09:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello friends,

PandaModel is still here and everyone is safe that we are not affected by the virus. Our factory is now fully operational, a brand-new model 1:400 TU-134 will be release in next month, hope you will pay more attention to it and we will bring more excellent items in the new year.
Hope everthing goes well with all you guys! Keep healthy!






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Now that is some news! I look forward to this very much but really hope we get a good range of models release. Your record with the 737-600 has not been good.
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Old 03-05-2020, 10:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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YES!!

Please please please make this beauty:


Alrosa Tu-134 RA-65693 by Denny Payne

This was the last one left in commercial service - just retired last year.

(Kosmos still flies theirs but I don't think it's bookable in any normal fashion).
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Excellent news for y’all Soviet fans!

Interesting choice on the first release... I’m not sure I’ve ever seen that Aeroflot livery before.
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Wow. I'd kinda given up on this one!

I was not expecting Panda to be company to make this. Based on earlier rumors I assumed Panda was working on a Ty-204 instead, and NG was possibly considering the 134. Go figure.

I'm very happy and pleased to hear Panda have avoided any problems with Covid-19.


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Interesting choice on the first release... I’m not sure I’ve ever seen that Aeroflot livery before.
In the late 60's early 70's Aeroflot trialed a number of schemes which were meant to result in a unified color scheme to be worn by all types. (Up to that point individual aircraft types tended to have schemes designed more or less specifically for the aircraft in question*, incorporating common features of course.) This blue tail scheme was applied to a number of aircraft of various different types (including Il-18 and Ty-154 at least) to gauge its popularity and check things like application costs, maintenance requirements etc and lasted for quite a few years even past the adoption of the universal 'billboard' scheme which was settled on in 1973. Despite this scheme losing out to the 'billboard' it was evidently popular enough that it almost made a comeback right at the end of the 80's when Aeroflot once again considered updating its livery. The collapse of the Soviet Union put the kibosh on that plan.
So while it wasn't a 'standard' livery, it did exist on multiple aircraft for quite a few years. An interesting choice and one I'll happily snap up as soon as it hits the shelves.

Assuming of course it gets more reliable global distribution than previous Panda releases!


* This was the scheme for the Ty-134 when it entered service in the 60's

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That's indeed good news!

Just for the records: the Tu-134 does not have slats.
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Please make the Malev Airlines Tu-134 aircraft 😁😁
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great news....this is my must have for long long time in 1/400
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Great news - hope this mould gets done to same high standard as NG, carefully research accurate design and livery applications!


I'd love to see the various Aeroflot liveries made plus these:

- Aviogenex
- Balkan Bulgarian (80s & 90s green, red, white c/s)
- Baltic International
- Belavia
- CSA (OK Jet 80's c/s as per Vitek 76 above, and the 90's c/s)
- Interflug
- Latavio
- LOT (80s/90's c/s)
- Malev (80s c/s and 90s c/s as per 7Seven7's recommendation above)
- Pulkovo
- Syrianair

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I'd love Interflug, Balkan and Aeroflot.
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oh, and one of forgot - Greenair - 1990's Turkish charter airline would be good too....
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Oh my god yeahhh! I’m so excited!
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The only Soviet airframe I've flown in.
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Old 03-06-2020, 04:53 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Fantastic, the first tu 134 to ever be made in 1/400. I cant wait to see what model can come from this mould. Obviously some of these would be hard to make but I'd love to see them in 1/400.

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There are plenty of options but personally I'd much rather see classic Tu-134s operated by the Warsaw Pact airlines and even Russian independents than military ones. That's just my opinion though.

Here are my thoughts in general on this topic:

https://www.yesterdaysairlines.com/m...tupolev-tu-134
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There are plenty of options but personally I'd much rather see classic Tu-134s operated by the Warsaw Pact airlines and even Russian independents than military ones. That's just my opinion though.

Here are my thoughts in general on this topic:

https://www.yesterdaysairlines.com/m...tupolev-tu-134
Quite agree - we've been asking for this in 1/400 for years, so surely the best sales would come if this model is made in the colours of the flag carriers of the Warsaw Pack countries. Here are my top two dozen and I would buy every one:

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Wow!

Just seen this news. For me, this is the most exciting news in 1/400 for some time. Others obviously have other views and I respect them of course.

I will certainly be ordering several of these as they are released.

Not sure NG Models will be producing a 134 now (as they stated they were doing this year sometime).
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There are lots of good airline schemes for this aircraft which should sell well.
Here's a small sample example, just of Soviet Aeroflot colors.



1967 delivery colors



Early 70's unified scheme trials, which Panda is doing first! Don't forget the Aeroflot logo under the cheatline Panda!



Another competitor in the unified scheme trials. Fin flash and fin tip fairing are the same medium blue as cheatline.



The winner. The 1973 unified 'Billboard' scheme.



1980 Olympic titles on 'Billboard' scheme.



Leased to Malev around 1980-ish.



The new 1990's scheme. The end of the Soviet Union meant this was never widely adopted across the Aeroflot fleet. Pity, it's rather snazzy IMHO.


I'm not sure but I think I've also seen a Soviet era Aeroflot Polar Division livery on a 134 as well. Can't find a photo as yet though.


Tip of the iceberg!

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My photo taken at Doha, Qatar in March 2009.
I would love one of these.
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Hello friends,

PandaModel is still here and everyone is safe that we are not affected by the virus. Our factory is now fully operational, a brand-new model 1:400 TU-134 will be release in next month, hope you will pay more attention to it and we will bring more excellent items in the new year.
Hope everthing goes well with all you guys! Keep healthy!







THANK YOU!!!!!! Can’t wait to get my hands on one of these baby’s. Would love to do a review for my channel as well.
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any idea if we will get a Westjet 737-600?
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My photo taken at Doha, Qatar in March 2009.
I would love one of these.
Dave - we have to be careful which variant we wish for as the later Tu-134A had a solid nose. The Panda version is clearly the original 'classic; version with the navigator's transparent nose, so we might not get Avioenex, Air Koryo or certainly any of those posted with radar nose mods and other protuberences!
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Dave - we have to be careful which variant we wish for as the later Tu-134A had a solid nose. The Panda version is clearly the original 'classic; version with the navigator's transparent nose, so we might not get Avioenex, Air Koryo or certainly any of those posted with radar nose mods and other protuberences!
That's not true Adrian. The TU-134A had both glazed and solid nose versions. The difference between the TU-134 sans suffix and the TU-134A was a fuselage stretch
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The Groza navigation/weather radar in the 'solid' nose was developed during the late 70's for the 'B' series but was able to be a retrofitted, and many earlier 'A' series aircraft were converted starting in the 80's.

All we know at this point is Panda is working on a mould that features the glazed navigators position and chin navigation radar. Tellingly they have not yet displayed a fuselage casting, so who can say if they will not provide both?

I expect that the original short fuselage version is unlikely to appear though.
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The Groza navigation/weather radar in the 'solid' nose was developed during the late 70's for the 'B' series but was able to be a retrofitted, and many earlier 'A' series aircraft were converted starting in the 80's.

All we know at this point is Panda is working on a mould that features the glazed navigators position and chin navigation radar. Tellingly they have not yet displayed a fuselage casting, so who can say if they will not provide both?

I expect that the original short fuselage version is unlikely to appear though.
But it would be pretty simple to release the shortbody aswell. You just have to shorten the A's fuselage.
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But it would be pretty simple to release the shortbody as well. You just have to shorten the A's fuselage.

Yeah pretty much, also whip off the APU exhaust at the end of the fuse and eliminate the reverse thrust cascades on the engines and you'd have it.

Not sure how many liveries the original short 134 could be released in though.

Admittedly, the temptation to have a model of an airliner that relies on a braking parachute for shortening the landing roll is hard to resist!
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Yeah pretty much, also whip off the APU exhaust at the end of the fuse and eliminate the reverse thrust cascades on the engines and you'd have it.

Not sure how many liveries the original short 134 could be released in though.

Admittedly, the temptation to have a model of an airliner that relies on a braking parachute for shortening the landing roll is hard to resist!
I'm not sure it is that simple in practice. New fuselage and engines it sounds like.

On the parachute front early Caravelles used parachutes for breaking. I've seen photos of Air France examples using them to land at Berlin Tegel in the early 60s. AC have made that model.
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I'm not sure it is that simple in practice. New fuselage and engines it sounds like.

On the parachute front early Caravelles used parachutes for braking. I've seen photos of Air France examples using them to land at Berlin Tegel in the early 60s. AC have made that model.

Definitely new fuselage. The engines are likely just a printing change. In any case I agree with you. An extra fuselage is a non-trivial task. I'd wager if Panda are going to do more than one version it is likely to be the glazed nose A vs the radar nose A-2/3 refits and B.



I believe the Ty-104 also had a braking chute fitted. So I've actually already got one. (Pity nothing more has been heard of the 104 mould.) Still, I'll have to keep an eye out for an Air France Caravelle, thanks!
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That's not true Adrian. The TU-134A had both glazed and solid nose versions. The difference between the TU-134 sans suffix and the TU-134A was a fuselage stretch
Indeed, but my point is it would mean a different fuselage mould, which Panda haven't revealed.
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But it would be pretty simple to release the shortbody aswell. You just have to shorten the A's fuselage.
Yep both A and B's fuselages are available, it will show up in future releases.
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Yep both A and B's fuselages are available, it will show up in future releases.
Thank you very much, Flying Panda!!!
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Yep both A and B's fuselages are available, it will show up in future releases.

Awesome news! Thank you very much!
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Yep both A and B's fuselages are available, it will show up in future releases.
Much appreciated. I hope finally there'll be an Aviogenex model (still not in 1/200, but hey - maybe others learn from thiss)….
Maybe NG will come up with a Tu134 in 1/200.... there might be great times ahead…..
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Aviogenex, Malev, Aeroflot, CSA, Balkan, LOT would definitely come my way..
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Yep both A and B's fuselages are available, it will show up in future releases.
Excellent! We have been asking for these for years! Now how about a Tu-104 and Tu-114?
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The missing B.707s still needed to be done in 1/400: Uganda Airlines, Air Zimbabwe (rainbow scheme), Air Niugini.

DC-8s still needed to be done in 1/400: UAT, Iberia ('80s scheme), Air Ceylon, Surinam Airways, Air Spain, Seaboard World (-63CF)

Aeroclassics Comets still missing- Dan Air (4 & 4C), United Arab Airlines/Misrair/Egyptair, Kuwait AW, Sudan AW, East African AW, Saudi Royal Flt.
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Old 03-21-2020, 05:42 AM   #39 (permalink)
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Excellent! We have been asking for these for years! Now how about a Tu-104 and Tu-114?
YEAH...Tu-114!!!!
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Old 04-16-2020, 07:22 AM   #40 (permalink)
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Are there any news on the new mould? ...any pics maybe?
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Old 04-16-2020, 05:32 PM   #41 (permalink)
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I would like to see an Interflug Tu-134.

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Old 05-18-2020, 12:49 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Are there any news on the new mould? ...any pics maybe?
Just wait for the pics of the new releases! Can’t wait
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Old 05-18-2020, 02:33 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I'd probably get one or two of these at most, to represent the type in my collection. My own preference is for the classic 70's-80's Aeroflot livery.

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Old 05-18-2020, 10:19 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Then 30 days passed, no photos still
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Old 05-19-2020, 05:30 AM   #45 (permalink)
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Mine still showing as 'ordered' on Engtaobao.
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I also preordered it.
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Old 05-19-2020, 08:56 AM   #47 (permalink)
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I also preordered it.
Me too
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The missing B.707s still needed to be done in 1/400: Uganda Airlines, Air Zimbabwe (rainbow scheme), Air Niugini.

DC-8s still needed to be done in 1/400: UAT, Iberia ('80s scheme), Air Ceylon, Surinam Airways, Air Spain, Seaboard World (-63CF)

Aeroclassics Comets still missing- Dan Air (4 & 4C), United Arab Airlines/Misrair/Egyptair, Kuwait AW, Sudan AW, East African AW, Saudi Royal Flt.
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Come on FlyingPanda, an update would be appreciated ! We are all eagerly anticipating the first (of many) TU-134s.....
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Old 06-05-2020, 06:06 AM   #49 (permalink)
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https://www.aviationmegastore.com/tu...nfo&art=170414

https://www.aviationmegastore.com/tu...nfo&art=170413

New Panda Tu-134s announced.
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Old 06-05-2020, 07:27 AM   #50 (permalink)
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Interesting choice - Air Koryu.............hope there is a good market in North Korea. Though I guess they may have been seen in China?
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