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Old 10-03-2019, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default NG Model - 1:400 October "Hints" Correction

Looks as though the DAC members will have had an insight in to the November 2019 release, NG Model have just confirmed the details provided yesterday represent the November 2019 release "hints", apologies for the confusion, the 1:400 "hints" for October 2019 are -

Boeing 752

G-OOXX
G-BYXX
N69XXX
N75XXX

Boeing 738
N77XXX
3XXX
JA8XXX
B-12XX

Boeing 789
N78XXX
ZK-NXX
PH-BXX

Airbus A330
G-CXXX
4R-AXX
4R-AXX

Lockheed Tristar
G-BBXX
N11XXX
N75XXX
C-GAXX
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Old 10-03-2019, 10:44 AM   #2
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Bit of a shame, was looking forward to those Jet2s!!, but I guess it's better to have them in a later release than never.


757;


G-OOXX + G-BYXX - Some variation of the Thomson/TUI liveries, perhaps Air 2000 last livery too
N69XXX - Delta or American, either some variation to the chrome or new Delta livery
N75XXX - I'm going to say North American for this one


738;


N77XXX - No idea, going to say United in the golden globe but not sure
3XXX - Mexican Air Force
JA8XXX - going for ANA on this one
B-12XX - Gunna say China Southern in the standard livery


787;
N78XXX - Boeing house livery
ZK-NXX - ANZ, most likely the All Blacks livery
PH-BXX - KLM


A330;
G-CXXX - Thomas Cook has one A330 with G-CHTZ reg, could be that?

4R-AXX x2 - Sri Lanka, could be normal livery and Oneworld


Tristar;
G-BBXX - Negus, not too sure which variant though
N11XXX + N75XXX - no idea
C-GAXX - going to guess Air Canada in the red pinstripe livery
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Yo, All. Don't know why everybody gets worked up speculating on up-coming releases. I guess it's part of the appeal, but it's a game that does nothing for me. Perhaps my biggest 'want' was the SMAC United Airlines Mainliner 737-200, and voila!, after a ten-year wait, AeroClassics came up with a beauty (might it have been the same mould?). When a model starts showing up on pre-order listings, then things are getting serious, unless it's a JCWings - zzzz. Doug

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Yo, All. Don't know why everybody gets worked up speculating on up-coming releases. I guess it's part of the appeal, but it's a game that does nothing for me. Perhaps my biggest 'want' was the SMAC United Airlines Mainliner 737-200, and voila!, after a ten-year wait, AeroClassics came up with a beauty (might it have been the same mould?). When a model starts showing up on pre-order listings, then things are getting serious, unless it's a JCWings - zzzz. Doug
Similar mould, but different. The SMAC mould has the single wing to fuselage join, whereas the newer mould has two separate wings that plug into the fuselage.
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Got it, Thanks, D.
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Old 10-03-2019, 12:28 PM   #6
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Going to take a shot at a few of the N registrations

757
N69XXX - could be N694DL with Spirit of Freedom nose since this was suggested in the past, otherwise maybe AA new livery either N691AA or N692AA
N75XXX - a few possibilities for this, North American as stated above, ATA, or even N751AT for Delta has shown up in suggestions threads

738
N77XXX - probably United in merger colors or Continental

789
N78XXX - has to be one of the Boeing test aircraft

Based on the hints, this set of releases could be more interesting to me than the November ones. Would definitely go for the 757s if they are DL or AA, though still holding out hope for one of N535US-N549US in current Delta eventually (one of these in NW final with winglets would be nice too).
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N1100x TWA (Star Stream)
N1100x TWA (Twin Stripe)

N751DA Delta Airlines (Widget) -500
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Boeing 752
N69XXX
N75XXX

Boeing 738
N77XXX

Boeing 789
N78XXX

Lockheed Tristar
N11XXX
N75XXX
My own guesses on the N-regs, again:

757-200
Kinda similar to last time, the N6 usually would indicate American or Delta, though there can always be an oddball.

N69xDL - Delta. Would work for any livery... maybe now a current livery winglet bird, since they released N525US without winglets.
N69xAN - American. Again, any livery would work for those particular tail numbers. Anything from the "757 LuxuryJet" to the new colors.


737-800

N77xDE - Delta. Ex-GOL birds, only 4 of them use these ship numbers.
N77xxx - United. A few birds this could work for, N77295, for instance.


L1011 TriStar

N11xxx - TWA. I can't think of anything else offhand, that would fit the double-'one'. The PSA birds were N10112 and N10114.
N75xDL - Delta Dash-500. Very nice to see this so soon after N730DA, if this is indeed the case. Ships 751-759 were either first-hand to Delta, or acquired from either PanAm directly, or after their brief stint at United.
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I had previously suggested N77295, but in Continental. I hope that is the case!
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For the 757, Mexicana N75*MX is a possibility.
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My own guesses on the N-regs, again:

757-200
Kinda similar to last time, the N6 usually would indicate American or Delta, though there can always be an oddball.
N69xDL - Delta. Would work for any livery... maybe now a current livery winglet bird, since they released N525US without winglets.
N69xAN - American. Again, any livery would work for those particular tail numbers. Anything from the "757 LuxuryJet" to the new colors.

737-800

N77xDE - Delta. Ex-GOL birds, only 4 of them use these ship numbers.
N77xxx - United. A few birds this could work for, N77295, for instance.

L1011 TriStar

N11xxx - TWA. I can't think of anything else offhand, that would fit the double-'one'. The PSA birds were N10112 and N10114.
N75xDL - Delta Dash-500. Very nice to see this so soon after N730DA, if this is indeed the case. Ships 751-759 were either first-hand to Delta, or acquired from either PanAm directly, or after their brief stint at United.
All of the L-1011's sound great. I've bought every NG L-1011 so far. These interest me. I'd like to see TWA double-stripe first.

I'd get an AA 757 in classic 1968 colors *without* winglets, as I've mentioned before.

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Bit of a shame, was looking forward to those Jet2s!!, but I guess it's better to have them in a later release than never.


757;


G-OOXX + G-BYXX - Some variation of the Thomson/TUI liveries, perhaps Air 2000 last livery too
N69XXX - Delta or American, either some variation to the chrome or new Delta livery
N75XXX - I'm going to say North American for this one


738;


N77XXX - No idea, going to say United in the golden globe but not sure
3XXX - Mexican Air Force
JA8XXX - going for ANA on this one
B-12XX - Gunna say China Southern in the standard livery


787;
N78XXX - Boeing house livery
ZK-NXX - ANZ, most likely the All Blacks livery
PH-BXX - KLM


A330;
G-CXXX - Thomas Cook has one A330 with G-CHTZ reg, could be that?

4R-AXX x2 - Sri Lanka, could be normal livery and Oneworld


Tristar;
G-BBXX - Negus, not too sure which variant though
N11XXX + N75XXX - no idea
C-GAXX - going to guess Air Canada in the red pinstripe livery
The C Reg L1011 could also possibly be an Air Transat?? One I'm also rubbing my hands together for!!
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Hopefully the G-BB** L1011 will be British Airtours in Landor.
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A330;
G-CXXX - Thomas Cook has one A330 with G-CHTZ reg, could be that?
yeah probably CHTZ. I requested CHTZ last week
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Hoping for a Twin Stripe and short widget Tristar!
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Shame about the correction. Give me time to save up I'm intrigued to see what the British registered 757s are as we have already had air 2000, TUI and Britannia. My guess would be a first choice 757 and the old Thomson livery. I'm also interested in the military 737 and the British registered a330 as it might be a Thomas cook
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I understand that there is an additional Boeing 738W in the October 2019 Release -

N77XXX

NG Model will confirm the release shortly

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I'm guessing that n77xxx will be a United in the current livery.
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Hopefully shortly will mean 20 minutes rather than 2 days!!
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Any news on the releases being announced?
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Patience, folks. If there were any news, I'm sure BA2936 would have posted it by now.
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