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Old 12-20-2017, 11:10 AM   #1
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My latest custom model is once again a Caravelle III. It is a re-built of the Revell 1/100 model, produced from 1961 moulds. And, as with most Caravelle models, there was a lot to improve to give it the typical and dazzlingly beautiful look. Ten commandments of a Caravelle make-over.
  1. The nose section was tilted a few degrees forward to create the typical ‘droop’ nose.
  2. The shape of the cockpit windows was not correct and consists of rough cut outs without a transparent filling. The only solution to get things right was plaster the openings and use (3D) window decals.
  3. The ‘reuleaux’ cabin windows were mounted a bit to high on the fuselage. They are at the correct height for a Super Caravelle, but not for a model III. From model 10 and higher, the windows were placed a few centimetres higher for increased passengers comfort.
  4. The Revell aft airstair is just a plank that can be moved to the open or the closed position. Some scratch building is necessary to create a realistic stair and aft entry door.
  5. Revell made a mistake with the main landing gear. It is placed in reverse on the model. The Hispaniola build struts should lean backward instead of forward. Also to length of the struts was reduced in order to let the fuselage tilt a bit backwards.
  6. Engine inlets were made smaller and the curve on the front part of the nacelle is more pronounced.
  7. Engine exhaust are notched to create the noise suppressing faired ‘tulip’ exhausts.
  8. Engine nacelle received the typical protrusion on the lower left side (on both left and right engine). This housed the alternator on the RR Avon 531 engine series.
  9. The inboard wing fences, directing the airflow over the sweep back wing during flights with a high angle of attack, are too small. So these were enlarged. The opening on top of the fence (fuel vents) was created with a small decal.
  10. The typical ‘Crack stopping’ straps around the aft fuselage, near the engine mount, were added by using 5 very thin strips of styrene.











Just because of the nice look, I decided to place the flaps in the extended position. Also the flap support jacks were added, as the flap fairing in the inboard part of the trailing edge.



The body work is now completed. The basic layers of paint are applied and at this moment I apply the decals. It’s a combination of F-decals and 3D window decals of Authentic Decals, who were so kind to produce a 1/100 version on request. It is available to all on there site now.







next update will be 'ready' photo's. I hope you like it!

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Very nice. I look forward to the completed pictures.
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A true Caravelle ….
Beautiful.

I look forward to seeing pictures of the finished model.

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I have a question : What did you use for the coroguard ?

Is it available in spray can ?

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Well, actually it isn't coroguard as that refers to a type of corrosion protective paint that wasn't applied to the 'Caisson' (wing box or main frame) of the Caravelle. In fact the difference in color in the metal sheets comes from the two types of alloy that were used: AZ1-aclad Zicral AZ5GU (7075 ST Alclad) for the caisson and A5-clad AU4GA (2024 ST Alclad) for the leading edge panels as well as the flight surfaces. (source: John Wegg)

But to answer your question: the caisson was sprayed Alclad ALC-103 Dark Aluminium and the rest of the metal sheets were sprayed Inspire Chrome. Both are suited for use in the airbrush. The difference in appearance was created by using gloss black as a base for the shiny parts and a grey matt base for the dull parts. I hope this answers your question?

By the way folks: if anyone is planning to finish a model in high shine polished metal: I recommend the Inspire Chrome paint. It is not cheap, but it is fabulous to work with. A 'fool prove' shine to every model.

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Thank you Magno for that very comprehensive answer.

I worked in the aircraft industry when I was young, AZ5GU and AU4G are "old friends".

Good idea to display your Caravelle with the flaps extended, if I remember well, we always taxied the aircraft with the flaps down to avoid any foreign object ingestion by the engines.

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As a self confessed Caravelle ‘nut’ I’m looking forward to seeing the completed model, looks fantastic so far. I have a 1/72 Caravelle 12 in the final Air Inter livery worn by them.

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Please, feel free to share some pictures with us, Neil. I would love to see the Super 12 in the final IT livery!
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Only too happy to oblige. She was kindly picked up for me from a Swiss store back in 2004. I don’t know the manufacturer. I think the heavy stand is a nice touch. As a dispatcher back in the early to mid 80s I had a lot to do with the Caravelle operated by Sterling and Transwede. I was was lucky enough to have flown on both. Later on when I had moved company and become senior in an operations office we looked after the Caravelle of both Air Toulouse and Air Provence.

Anyway here she is, hope you like her as much as I do. Apologies for low picture quality.

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Now that is a beautiful model Neil. I love the old Air Inter colors. Envious.
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Congratulations!, that is an stunning beautiful model Neil. Thanks for sharing it with us. For sure appropriate in this threat.

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....Caravelle 12 in the final Air Inter livery worn by them.
Well, that's true for most Caravelle 12s of Air Inter. But by the end of 1989 aircraft F-GCVK and F-GCVL received the last IT livery, that was based on the Air France scheme. On januari 12, 1990 AF gained a controlling interest in Air Inter and Air Inter, with UTA, became part of an enlarged Air France group.


But I do like the 1975 3 shades blue cheat line the most (by far), as depicted on your model. It must also have been an inspiration for Air UK once...

Good for you that you had the opportunity to ride along the Caravelle, as for JP here on the forum who even flew the Caravelle. I am just not old enough to have witnessed her operation as a professional and all my memories to this beautiful aircraft go back to my childhood.

Cheers, VJ

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Great built and excellent modelling skills, very impressive.

I am looking forward for the pics of the finished bird! My first flight was on an IT caravelle, way back when!
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Congratulations!, that is an stunning beautiful model Neil. Thanks for sharing it with us. For sure appropriate in this threat.



Well, that's true for most Caravelle 12s of Air Inter. But by the end of 1989 aircraft F-GCVK and F-GCVL received the last IT livery, that was based on the Air France scheme. On januari 12, 1990 AF gained a controlling interest in Air Inter and Air Inter, with UTA, became part of an enlarged Air France group.


But I do like the 1975 3 shades blue cheat line the most (by far), as depicted on your model. It must also have been an inspiration for Air UK once...

Good for you that you had the opportunity to ride along the Caravelle, as for JP here on the forum who even flew the Caravelle. I am just not old enough to have witnessed her operation as a professional and all my memories to this beautiful aircraft go back to my childhood.

Cheers, VJ
Many Thanks for your kind words ref the model. I didn’t realise that their Caravelles wore that livery. I’m pretty sure that most if not all the Sterling 12s went to Air Inter, but I’m ready to be corrected on that. One of my Sterling trips on a 10B was on the flight deck, a very nice experience!

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Oeps, I saw I misspelled threat iso thread. Its just one letter...well, English is not my native language, so excuse me.
You are right Neil, all 12 Caravelle 12 airframes have flown for Air Inter once.

for all: a merry christmas!
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The Caravelle is ready! It depicts Air Inter’s KILO-HOTEL, that spend its entire 14 years of duty in service of Air Inter. The reason I choose for this particular aircraft is its historic value and my personal experience with it.

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But first a small homage to a great former airline that had become the ancestor of the low-costs nowadays, with quick turnarounds, minimal crew, no seat assignments and a 'no frills' service where passengers had to pay for their drinks on board (unprecedented in the 70s and 80s). ‘Lignes Aériennes Intérieures’, coded ‘IT’ and branded as ‘Air Inter’, was in many ways an innovative airline:

  • 1969 The first company in the world to perform an all-weather landing in actual CATIIIA visibility conditions during a commercial flight (with Caravelle F-BNKH).
  • 1974: First application of a stepped discount system whereby passenger occupancy of flights was spread during peak and low-peak hours (‘Trois-couleurs’). This was such a commercial success that in some years Air Inter transported more passengers on its domestic flights, than Air France around the world.
  • 1976 the first company to carry out actual CATIII landings with the A300, a novelty for Airbus in those days.
  • The launch customer of the Dassault Mercure (single user), the A320 (via Air France) and the A330-300 aircraft.
  • First user of the HUD (Heads Up Display) in commercial aviation (in the Mercure and A320)
  • First French airline carrying out a commercial flight with a full female crew (Feb. 7, 1985, Mercure, with capt. Anne-Marie Peltier, first officer Brigitte Lescop, flight engineer Colette Vibert and three female cabin attendants).


Air Inter was formed in 1958 by the French government, with Air France and the French railway SNCF being the two largest shareholders, as a way to provide domestic travel to French citizens without paying high costs. Air Inter started with the Vickers Viscount, with their hub being Paris-Orly Airport. With the introduction of the jet powered Caravelle in the Air Inter fleet in 1966 (following an AF wet lease from 1964), Paris was within reach of one-hour flying time for the whole of France.

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In 1969, on January 9th ‘Kilo-Hotel’, realized a world premiere: the first all-automated landing with poor visibility, using the ATT system (ATT = Atterrissage Tout Temps or All Weather Landing System). After years of test flying, this was the first air transport aircraft in commercial service that executed a full automatic approach and landing in actual CATIIIa conditions (RVR 200m, ceiling 20m). Commander Paul Larribiére (former combat pilot in WW2) landed in foggy conditions at Orly. On that day, 5 others "ATT" landings were made at ORY that remained open only for Air Inter, as all the other airlines had to divert because of the fog. All Air Inter aircraft were soon equipped with this "ATT" system as well as 5 airports in France : ORY, TLS, BOD, MRS, LYS.

My personal connection to this aircraft is a visit of relatives during our family summer holiday, back in 1982 in Bretagne. They arrived at Nantes airport in Caravelle F-BNKH and the aircraft made a huge impression to me (8 years of age). An impression that last until today. It was definitely one of the contributors to my dream of becoming a pilot.


















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Au revoir “Kilo-‘Otel”
No. 248, registration F-BNKH, rolled off the production line on March 7, 1968 and was transferred to Air Inter on March 13 as their 6th Caravelle in the fleet. The aircraft had 99 seats in economy configuration and has flown its entire operational life with Air Inter. On January 29, 1983 its last commercial flight was made (Lyon-Charles de Gaule) and the same day the aircraft was ferried to Orly to be cannibalised for usable parts. In January 1985 the hull was finally demolished. The aircraft had flown 24.098 hours in its 14 year of existence and made 24.188 takeoffs and landings. That is significantly less than the 30,000 (in 1983 stretched to 40,000) cycles for which the aircraft was certified.


Au revoir Caravelle
Air Inter began to retire its fleet of 18 Caravelle IIIs from september 1980. The airlines last official Avon-powered Caravelle service operated on 6 april 1983, although ad-hoc flights lasted until 24 june. The Super 12 fleet carried on for another 8 years.
Over 16 years, Air Inter Caravelle IIIs had flown some 22 milion passengers over 402,000 hours, made 333,000 landings of which 14,000 fully automatic and 3,000 of these in real CATIIIa conditions.

Au revoir Air Inter
By the end of the 1970s the carrier topped 20 million passengers and the Groupe Air France still had the monopoly on the French domestic market. The weak point of Air Inter was that only 11 routes from Paris were profitable and that they were used to finance the deficit of the rest of the network, operating 60 lines in France.
The decline in service started in the 1980s with the introduction of the TGV high-speed rail service between Paris and Nice. This fast and comfortable alternative for air service undermined important routes towards Lyon, Nice and Marseille.

As a compensation for Air France re-capitalization 1993, the European Authorities require France to open its domestic sky to competition. In 1995, the monopoly was lifted, and other airlines started invading Air Inter’s routes. With high fuel prices and declining passenger numbers on the profitable routes, Air Inter had no choice than to spread its wings and to start explore new routes outside France, like MAD, FCO, VCE, VLC. By doing so, Air Inter started to compete with AF and endangered the National Airline.
Air France decided to integrate Groupe Air France owned corporations Air Inter and UTA into Air France to simplify the airline and stop internal competition. At the same time, Air Inter's low cost structure offered Air France an opportunity to improve its own perilous financial situation on the European market. The long time CEO of Air Inter protested against this “sacrifice to safe Air France” and resigned. His name: Jean Cyril Spinetta. The agony of the great Air Inter and this tragi-comic situation end on April 1st 1997, when the airline was fully integrated to Air France.

I hope you can appreciate my homage to Air Inter and like the model. For 2018 I wish you all: bonne année!

cheers VJ

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Great model and historical background

YOu are really very good, thanks for the pics.
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Thank you Magno for the tribute you have paid to this beautiful airliner and Air Inter.
You did a fantastic job, so many details, the best Caravelle I have ever seen …
Your model is superb and captures the shape of the real aircraft perfectly, elegant from every angle, just like the real aircraft …

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A very fitting tribute to the most beautiful airliner of the 20th century. Thanks for sharing the pictures here. I can still remember the Sterling cabin crew straightening the window curtains before boarding!

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Hi Vintage Jet,

Outstanding looking model.



Thanks for taking the time to post all of the pics.

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Thanks for the nice comments. There was, however, one item that should be corrected. The French flag on the left side of the fuselage was in reverse... I simply took te artwork by f-decals for granted, but luckily one kind forum member pointed out to me what seems to be a small flaw in the decals.

The correction was not that difficult, due to this wonder stuff Daco Setting Solution (Strong). So, thats my advise to all custom builders working with decals: this small bottle is a must have.
Have a great 2018 to you all!

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Ridiculously awesome job. Thanks for posting this.
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Fuse plugs on the main gear wheels are out of scale. Also, oxygen system blowout disc is wrong shade of green. I’m not too fond of the Goodyear tires, as the III used Michelin. Last nitpick; the cowl latch on the engines is about .00000001 out of scale. Amateur effort. Not bad though.

Seriously though, your skill is amazing! This is such a joy to look at. Every time I taxi past the Midwest Jet Charter/Airborne Express Caravelle at KCMH-Port Columbia International Airport, I cant help but stare at that beautiful price of French machinery.

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