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Old 05-17-2018, 08:04 AM   #16
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Hello,

A new update to the European customs thread. This time we have some older planes from the last century.


1:500

Pobeda Boeing 737-800
Air Greenland Airbus A330-200
Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-900
easyJet Airbus A319
Aer Lingus Regional ATR 72-60



VQ-BTH originally destined for Dobrolet in 2014 but not taken up. Aeroflot received the aircraft in early December 2014 and placed her with new low-cost subsidiary Pobeda in late December that same year.


OY-GRN, this 19-year-old Airbus A330-223 was originally delivered to Sabena as OO-SFP in September 1998 and operated by the airline until November 2001 when closed down. Air Greenland picked up the aeroplane in August 2002 and named her Norsaq. She is today operating on the route between Copenhagen and Kangerlussuaq five times a week.


UR-PSL, 9-year-old Boeing 737-94X delivered to Turkish Sky Airlines in June 2009 as TC-SKP and named “Kapadokya”. She was taken out of service in June 2013 and picked up by Ukraine International Airlines in July that same year.



G-EZGA, an easyJet Airbus A319-111 delivered to the airline on August 27th, 2010 and named “Pride of Lisbon”.



EI-FNA, a 2-year-old ATR 72-600, she was delivered to Stobart Air in April 2016 to be operated by Aer Lingus and named “St Abban“

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Channel Express Lockheed Electra
Hunting Cargo Lockheed Electra
Hunting Cargo Vickers Vanguard


G-CHNX, Lockheed Electra delivered to Eastern Air Lines in July 1959 as N5535 and served with the airline until 1977. She flew with multiple American airlines before joining Iona National in 1993 and is registered EI-CHO and later G-CHNX with Channel Express in 1994. Scraped in 2003 at Bournemouth but the nose section was moved to Pershore for preservation.



EI-CET, a Lockheed Electra delivered to Northwest Airlines in June 1961 as N138US and fleet number 138. She was later bought by Air Florida in 1974 and converted to freighter in 1977. After conversion, she was sold to Fleming International Airways and later CAM Air, named Susan Elizabeth and registered N668F. She saw service with Spirit of America from 1986 until being acquired by EI Air Exports, later Hunting Cargo in July 1992 and registered EI-CET. In 1999 she was re-registered as G-LOFE with Atlantic Airlines and has since 2013 been with Buffalo Airways as C-GZFE, however, now stored.
G-APES, built 56 years ago, this Vickers Vanguard was delivered to BEA – British European Airways in early 1962 and later converted to freighter in April 1970. She was transferred to British Airways in 1974 prior to the merger of BOAC and BEA. She later flew with Air Bridge Carriers from 1979 and was finally acquired by Hunting Cargo in August 1992. She is since 1995 history as she has been broken up, and the only remaining relics of her is her nose section, which has been preserved at Nottingham.



D-AECH, seven-year-old Embraer E190LR, delivered to Lufthansa CityLine in August 2010. Aircraft is operated by Lufthansa Regional and named Alzey.

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FedEx Feeder Fokker F27



OO-FEA, Built 1968, this Fokker F27 was delivered to TAA – Trans Australian Airlines in June 1968 as VH-TQN and number “John Batman”, Bought by SAS – Scandinavian Airlines System in November 1984, registered OY-KAC and named “Vagn Viking”. In September 1989 ServisAir bought the aircraft and registered it OO-FEA, she operated for FedEx Feeder in Europe taken up by Iona National Airways in March 1991 and registered EI-FEA. A year later she was moved to the USA when started operating for Empire Airlines as N729FE, still operating for FedEx. She is still active today flying with PT Air Maleo as PK-ZMV since April 2010 in Indonesia.


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Old 06-23-2018, 01:44 AM   #17
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Good morning everyone

A new update with some European customs, this time I’ve focused tot he 1:500 and 1:400 scale, and mostly northern Europe, with a few from the centre and south.

1:500

Air Serbia Airbus A319
TUIfly Boeing 737-800 “Robinson”
Iberia Regional Bombardier CRJ-900
Iberia Regional Bombardier CRJ-1000
Atlantic Airlines Boeing 737-300F
Aer Lingus Airbus A320 (x2)


YU-APC, This aircraft was originally delivered to Kingfisher Airlines in December 2005. After the bankruptcy of Kingfisher, Air Serbia picked up this Airbus A319-131 in the autumn of 2013. She was painted in Air Serbia livery in Dublin and fitted with her new interior in Dusseldorf, before delivered to the airline in October 2013 and named “Novak Djokovic”.



D-ATUI, the third aircraft to wear this registration, this is line number 3554, delivered to TUIfly in February 2011 as a 737-8K5. She was painted in this “Robinson Club Resort” livery in December 2015.



EC-MLC, Bombardier CRJ-1000 delivered to Air Nostrum in June 2016 and operated for Iberia Regional. She is named “Emilio Serratosa”.
EC-JZT, delivered to Air Nostrum in January 2007 and operated for Iberia Regional, she was painted in the new Iberia livery in early 2014.



G-JMCM, Delivered to Tradewinds on July 30th, 1990, this 27-year-old Boeing 737-3Y0 has seen operations with SilkAir (9C-TRA), Cronus Airlines (SX-BGK), Aegean Airlines (SX-BGK) and Swiftair (EC-KRA) before joining Atlantic Airlines fleet in April 2012.



EI-DIE, Delivered to Aer Lingus in February 2005 and named “St Oliver Plunkett“, she operated for Virgin Atlantic during their “little red” operation between 2013 and 2015 as “Maggie May”. When returned to Aer Lingus in October 2015 she was renamed St Cornelius and painted in the “Irish Rugby Team” livery.
EI-DEK, a 13-year-old Airbus A320-214 delivered to Aer Lingus on March 24th, 2005 and named St Eunan.


1:400

Finnair Airbus A320
Scandinavian Airlines SAAB 2000
Scandinavian Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-80
Danish Air Transport Airbus A320



OH-LXC, 16-year-old Airbus A320-214, first flew in July 2001 and delivered to Finnair on September 7th, 2001. Seen here wearing the old Finnair livery replaced in by the current in 2010.



SE-KXK, A 23-year-old SAAB 2000, originally delivered to Crossair April 1st, 1995 with registration HB-IZI. It flew with this registration with Crossair and later Swiss until 2004 when leased to Euro-Continental and registered F-GOZI. In 2006, Swedish Golden Air bought the aircraft and registered it
SE-KXK. It was transferred to Braathens Regional (BRA) in 2013. From May 2014 until March 2016, she was one of the SAAB 2000 leased by SAS, but the only to be painted in the SAS colours, only difference, and a white fuselage instead of beige. In August 2016, Braathens regional retired SE-KXK, and she was then picked up by Cyprian airline Tus Airways.



OY-KHE, Built February 1988, first flight March 12th and delivered so Scandinavian Airlines in April 1988. She flew with SAS from 1988 until 2014, with leases to both Reno Air (1993-1998) and Spanair (2005). She flew in Star Alliance colours from mid-2004. After retirement from Scandinavian Airlines, she was purchased by Delta in 2014 for use as a spare ship.



OY-JRZ, Delivered to TACA in November 2003 with registration N489TA, she was sold to Eurofly in 2009 and registered I-EEZP and later flew with Meridiana under the same registration. Danish Air Transport in May 2015 picked her up.


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Good morning,

Now for a new update to the European customs thread, this time mostly in scale 1:500, but some others might have found their way in as well.

1:500

Belavia Boeing 737-300
EasyJet Switzerland Airbus A319
Ryanair Boeing 737-800
Transavia Boeing 737-700 and 737-800
VLM Fokker F50
Wizzair Airbus A320


EW-254PA, Built-in late 1993 and originally destined for China Southern. Delivered to Wuhan Airlines as B-2928 in December 1993 and later with China Eastern in November 2003. She was delivered to Belavia in June 2008 and painted in “World of Tanks” in July 2016.



HB-JYJ, a 7-year-old Airbus A319-111. She was originally delivered to easyJet as G-EZGK in May 2011 and with easyJet Switzerland since November 2015 with the name “Spirit of easyJet 2016 Team Brussels”.



EI-GDF, Built and delivered to Ryanair in the autumn of 2017.



F-GZHP, a three year old Boeing 737-8K2 with Transavia France since March 30th 2015.
PH-HSK, a three-year-old Boeing 737-8K2, delivered to Transavia in April 2015. She was leased to Sun Country in 2017 and back with Transavia since early 2018.
PH-XRD, a 15-year-old Boeing 737-7K2 with Transavia since June 16th 2003.
PH-XRX, a 15-year-old Boeing 737-7K2 with Transavia since March 31st 2003 and with the name “Robert van der Vlies” in 2011.



OO-VLQ, built in 1989 for Sudan Airways but never delivered to the airline. Later registered D-AFKI with DLT and Lufthansa CityLine in 1990 and 1992, with Air Nostrum from 1995 with registration EC-GBH. It joined the fleet of Belgian VLM in September 2001 and was first named “City of Manchester”, and later “City of London” when leased to CityJet from August 2009 to April 2015.



HA-LYT, a three-year-old Airbus A320-232 with Hungarian Wizzair since July 21st 2015.


1:200

Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300
Scandinavian Airlines Douglas DC-3


EI-CMH, not a real registration with Aer Lingus A330-300 fleet, but small changes to this model for a special present. Registration and name changed to EI-CMH “St Colleen/Cailín”.



SE-CFP, another time this aircraft is now featured in this thread, here another 12 new copies of this old beauty. Still going strong after 75 years. Unfortunately, she had bad luck this year again on her way to Duxford and suffered a small engine failure on start-up in Groningen, Netherlands. Another Engine change now required, but she will be back in the air in just a few weeks.


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