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  1. #4816
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    Hi,

    Another MD-82: for Allegiant Air.


    Pascal

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    Hi,

    A MD-83 for Spanair:


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    Hi,

    One of the last members of the MD 80 family, the MD 88:
    MD 88 Delta.


    And the MD 88 of AeroMexico.

    Pascal
    Last edited by papou; June 24th, 2020 at 12:15 AM. Reason: typo

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    Hello,

    Last, for the time being, of my MD 80 family reskins,
    this MD 88 with Iberia colours.


    Pascal

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    Hoops! I forgot this one...

    The MD 82 of Northwest Airlines. After the merge with Delta Airlines, this aircraft will loose its red/grey livery and be painted white overall.


    Pascal

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    Hello,

    Back to WW1 period:

    The Royal Aircraft Factory SE.5a.

    Captain Albert Ball (red nose aircraft), and captain Billy Bishop (blue nose aircraft). Royal Flying Corps, France 1917.


    Lt. Joseph Boudwin, U.S.Army Services, France 1918.


    Pascal

    Note: The US aircraft rudder colours should be reversed. The uploaded model is correct.
    Last edited by papou; July 2nd, 2020 at 09:53 AM. Reason: detail

  7. #4822
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    Good afternoon Pascal, I want to thank you for those Spanish models that you have published lately.
    For small health problems I did not do it before.


    Hugs, Javier

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    Thank you for the Northwest airlines livery! I am glad there will be a model of that livery for posterity.
    “We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.” - R.L.S.

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    Hi,
    Thanks guys for your kind words.

    At the end of WW1, Mr Pierre Georges Latécoère created a line to carry by air mail to Spain, Morocco, Senegal, and later South American countries. The company later named l'Aéropostale was using the Bréguet 14 for that purpose. At that time, mail was crossing the Atlantic, Sénégal to Brazil, by boat, waiting for powerful floatplanes.

    2 Bréguet 14 with different registration codes, based in Europe/Africa.


    1 Bréguet 14 based at Pernambuco or Buenos Aires, for the south American lines.


    Pascal

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    Bonjour,

    A great adventure "Aeropostale" , a lot of french heroes croossing the atlantic sea without security... For some letters...

    Great job as usual Pascal

    Friendly, Marc
    Last edited by GIRAUD; July 14th, 2020 at 01:41 AM.

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    So are there any plans for millitary bombers, especially the supersonic strategic types?

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    There is a Vulcan available, but it needs to be brought up to startup standards, I had just about finished a Lancer B1 and a Handley Page Victor, but got side-tracked on to other things so I should return to them.





    Ian

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    That's awesome and the B1 made my jaw drop! I think you should try darkening the windshield, but other than that, they both look great! I could see you making a Tu-22M and a Tu-160 in the future to be escorted by your MiG-29s.
    Last edited by Trainmaster189; July 23rd, 2020 at 03:33 PM.

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    Hello,

    Back to WW1, 1917: this Royal Aircraft Factory Be-2c, colours of the 52nd squadron of the Royal Flying Corps.


    Pascal

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    Hello,

    Still WW1, 1918, France, Escadrille SPA 65. The SPAD XIII of Georges Guynemer.


    Pascal

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