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    Pascal, that colour scheme has come out really nicely, well done.
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    Indeed! Well done! I like that 747 as well, I will have to look for that.
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    Thank you both! The 737-700 "Lone Star", of the same airline, should come soon. Less complicated paint scheme, hopefully..
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    Hi,

    Here it is, the "Lone Star" aircraft of Southwest. Boeing 737-7H4.

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    Hello,

    Another colourful aircraft, this Boeing 737-200 of Honduras Air. More than 38 years old and still flying these days.

    Pascal

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    Quote Originally Posted by papou View Post
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    Here it is, the "Lone Star" aircraft of Southwest. Boeing 737-7H4.

    Pascal
    I actually managed to spot the Lone Star at Seattle one time.

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    Hi,

    A Mc Donnell Douglas MD-10 aircraft, belonging to Orbis, as a Flying Eye Hospital. This mobile eye care facility helps to save the sight of thousands
    people around the world.

    Pascal

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    How about making models of reduced-gravity aircraft? These are the aircraft that are used to train astronauts in reduced gravity environments, and are better known by their nickname "The Vomit Comet". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduced-gravity_aircraft
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    One is existing. I made the model of the Airbus A300 "Zero G" operated by ESA-CNES in Europe. Exists on the DLS.
    Other zero g aircrafts could be made, if I get enough good pics.

    Pascal

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    Hi,

    Mc Donnell Douglas MD-11 (F) by Fedex:


    Douglas DC-10-30 colours of Air New Zealand:


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    About Zero gravity airplanes, this one is a Boeing 727-200 operated by Zero Gravity Corporation.
    If you are ready to pay 7500 US§, you will experience 15 parabolas and enjoy (or not) zero gravity.

    Boeing 727-227/Adv (F)

    Pascal

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    Hi,

    The Lockheed trainer: the T-33 Shooting Star.
    Here, French Air Force.

    Pascal

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    Awesome work as usual Pascal, hope your going to take a break over the holiday season.

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    Hello,

    Thanks Gordon, nice to see you here! Yes, the break is coming, now..

    Another reskin of the neat little bird made by Ian, the T-33.
    This one participates to many air shows. It is painted to the colours of the USAF 51st Fighter Group in Korea.
    I kept the weapons, but for an air show, you better delete them for the sake of the public..


    Happy Christmas and New Year festival to you all.
    Pascal

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    Hello,

    Simple reskins to start this new year: Gloster Meteor, RAF, UK.

    F Mk8 19th squadron, Church Fenton.


    41st squadron, Biggin Hill


    Pascal

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