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Old 07-19-2017, 05:15 AM   #1
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North American Customs by Mumrik

Hello everyone,

As a consequence of the problems with Photobucket and for easier sorting of the big variety of my models I now split up my models into different treads depending on the origin of the custom in question.

Here we have the North American customs tread, starting of with three United Airlines and Spirit.

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United Airlines Boeing 757-200 N17128




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United Charter Boeing 747-400 N194UA




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Spirit Airbus A321 N669NK
United Airlines Boeing 757-300 N57855



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Old 08-11-2017, 05:04 PM   #2
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Good evening everyone,

Lately some interesting news in the North American Customs thread. This time with some Canadian models.
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Air Canada Boeing 787-8 C-GHPQ
WestJet Boeing 767-300 C-FOGJ




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Nice work! I like the United Charter.

Thanks for sharing
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Nice work! I like the United Charter.

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Thank you, happy you like it, just too sad it's now scrapped.
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Good evening everyone,

A new update with interesting models from North America, passenger, cargo and military customs this time.
The new model in scale 1:500, only possible thanks to 3D printing, a B-52 Stratofortress, as well as some more well-known types from Mexico.

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Frontier Airbus A320SL N238FR
USAF Boeing B-52H Stratofortress 61-0020






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AeroUnion Cargo Airbus A300-600 XA-TUE OC "Margo"
AeroUnion Cargo Airbus A300-600 XA-FPP NC (x2)
AeroUnion Cargo Boeing 767-200 XA-LRC (x3)
Masair Cargo Boeing 767-300F N420LA
Mexicana Airbus A320 XA-MXK "OneWorld" (x2)










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Hello everyone,

A long time without any update in these treads. Have had a very busy fall of last year, so have not been too good at keeping these treads up to date. However, hoping that 2018 will turn out better, I’ll start this year with some new models from last fall.

From North America we have:

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Air Canada Express Bombardier Dash8-Q400
Kalitta Air Boeing 747-400F N705CK
NASA Boeing 737-100 N515NA
United Airlines Boeing 737-700 N14735



C-GBJZ, a two and a half-year-old Dash8-Q400 with Air Canada Express in September 2015 with fleet number 422, it features the full Air Canada livery but is operated by regional airline Jazz Air.



N705CK, a 747-400F with Kalitta Air, now 16 years old she was originally delivered to Korean Air in 2001, but acquired by Kalitta in 2017, first with registration N635BC, and later re-registered N705CK.



N515NA, the first ever Boeing 737, a 737-100 first used by Boeing as test aircraft, certified the type in December 1967. Acquired by NASA in July 1973 as test aircraft and featured a second cockpit in the aft of the plane. The plane is now preserved at Boing Field since 2003.


N14735, Boeing 737-700, delivered to Continental September 22nd, 1999 with fleet number 735. Continued service with United post-Merger with same registration and fleet number. However, has since been modified and fitted with split scimitar winglets.

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Aeromar Airbus A320 XA-AAR
Aeromexico (Aeromar) ATR 72-600 XA-NLP
estafeta Boeing 737-300 XA-GGB



XA-AAR, a fictional Airbus A320 in Aeromar livery. The small Mexican airline does not operate this aircraft, but this is a design of how it could have looked if they would have.



XA-NLP, four-year-old ATR 72-600 belonging to Aeromar and delivered in 2013. She was painted in this Aeromexico express livery between 2014 and 2016 when on a lease but still operated by Aeromar.



XA-GGB, this 28-year-old 737-300 has flown in four parts of the world. She was originally delivered to TEA Switzerland, leased to both Vietnam Airlines and Air Afrique. She has then seen service with another five other airlines before being acquired by Mexican Estafeta in November 2006 with this registration.

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Midwest Express McDonnell Douglas MD-88 N601ME



N601ME, an MD-88 first delivered to Midwest Express in 1989 with registration N159PL, re-registered in early 1990 to N601ME, and operated with Midwest until 2010 when bought by Dynamic Airways and registration N884DA.

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Hello guys!

January has almost at an end, but that still gives time for one more January update to the North American custom thread. The update still only contains models from last year, but other than the late update to the thread, there’s nothing wrong with these models.
This time including the following.

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Aeromar Airbus A320
Aeropacifico Boeing 377 (x3)
Aviacsa BAe 146-100 (x2)
PEMEX Lockheed C100




XA-AAR, another fictional Airbus A320 in the Aeromar livery. The small Mexican airline does not operate this aircraft, but this is a design of how it could have looked if they would have.



XA-PII, Originally delivered to US Air Force in around 1953 and was the last 367 to be built. Moreover, operated until around 1980 when stored before being delivered to Aeropacifico in 1987 when operating on flights between Mazatlan and La Paz flying Bread.
Now stored and broken up at Tucson.



XA-RST a 33-year-old Bae 146-100, built in April 1984 and delivered to Aspen Airways. Operated for Aviacsa from December 1991. It has since then seen operations with eight other operators and is today still in service with SkyJet Airlines since 2014 wearing the registration RP-C8538.



XC-EXP, Built-in 1980 and delivered to the Mexican state-owned oil company PEMEX (Pertoleos Mexicanos) in April the same year. It was sold and reregistered in 1999 to Fuerza Aerea Mexicana with registration 10611.

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Aeropostal Douglas DC-8-63F (x2)
Aeromar IAI Arava (x2)




XA-TXS, Originally built in 1969 it was delivered to Scandinavian Airlines in April the same year with registration LN-MOY. It was later leased to Thai Airways with registration HS-TGY, Stearling and Scanair with registration OY-SBL. Bought by CF Air freight in 1989 and registered N796AL. Operated under the same registration with Emery Worldwide and International Air Response. It was finally bought by Aeropostal in 2003, registered XA-TXS, and stored at Queretaro in 2010.



XA-RAA, a model of a small regional 20-seater airplane built in Israel, only 103 of these were ever built, and most used as military aircraft. This is a model of the 73rd aircraft of the type and in the livery of the Mexican airline Aeromar. The airline operated four of the type.
This frame was produced in 1981 and delivered to Key West Airline. It later flew with Comet Airlines, North American Airlines and Crown Air before joining Aeromar in 1988.

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Good morning!

A first custom update for me of February let us start with the following models from North America.

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Aeropostal Lockheed C130 (x3)
Aeromar IAI Arava (x2)
Taesa Boeing 767-300



XA-RSH, a very old Lockheed C130 model, built in 1958 it has seen service with the US Air Force as 57-0517, and Trans Latin Air as HP-1162TLN before joining Mexican Aeropostal.



XA-RAA, a model of a small regional 20-seater aeroplane built in Israel, only 103 of these were ever built, and most used as military aircraft. This is a model of the 73rd aircraft of the type and in the livery of the Mexican airline Aeromar. The airline operated four of the type.
This frame was produced in 1981 and delivered to Key West Airline. It later flew with Comet Airlines, North American Airlines and Crown Air before joining Aeromar in 1988.



XA-SKY, this Boeing 767-300 was built in 1991, not taken up by Aer Lingus with registration EI-CEA. Saw service with Transbrasil as PT-TAF from 1992 before joining Taesa later that same year. It has since been operated with ten other registrations and eleven other airlines during the years. Flying mostly in South and North America as well as Europe. It is today registered to Russian Azur Air with registration VP.BUY

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Aeromorelos Fokker F27 (x2)
Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-400ER „SkyTeam“
Mas Air Cargo Douglas DC-8-61F (x2)



XA-MOR, msn26, flew for Avensa in 1958 with registration YV-C-EVQ, West Coast Airlines 1963 and Air West in 1968 with registration N2709. She joined the Aeromorelos fleet around 1990



N844MH, the SkyTeam livery painted Delta Airlines Boeing 767-400ER. It wears the fleet number 1820, was delivered to Delta on March 12th, 2002, and features 40 Business class seats, 28 Delta Premium Select seats and 178 Economy seats.



XA-MAA, first operated by Air Canada from July 1968 with registration CF-TJZ/C-FTJZ and fleet number 866. Bought by Eagle Air of Iceland (Arnarflug) in 1985 and was leased to Air Algeria on a number of occasions, flying with registering TF-ISA. In 1992, Buffalo Airways picked up the plane with registering N161DB. Here she flew until 1996 when transferred to Florida West International after being converted to a freighter in 1994. MAS Air Cargo took delivery of the then 32-year-old plane in January 2000 and operated her alongside the main fleet of four DC-8-71F. She was then picked up by ABSA Cargo in 2001 with registration PR-ABA and named El Magnifico.

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Good evening everyone,

A new update of customs for the North America tread, all completed during the autumn months of 2017. This time including the following.

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Centurion Air Cargo McDonnell Douglas MD-11CF N986AR



N986AR, one of only six MD-11 Combi built and delivered to Alitalia. Delivered in 1992, she flew with the Italian carrier for 12 years, first as a combi, and later as a Cargo with registration I-DUPA and EI-UPA. She was in 2009 acquired by American Cargo Airline Centurion Air Cargo. These aircraft are particularly easy to distinguish from other MD-11F models as they feature the main deck cargo door at the aft of the fuselage instead of in front.

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AeroUnion Airbus A300B4 XA-FPP
AeroUnion Airbus A300B4 XA-TUE
AeroUnion Airbus A300-600F XA-UYR
AeroUnion Boeing 767-200F XA-LRC
Mexicana Cargo Douglas DC-8-71F



XA-FPP, 34-year-old Airbus A300B4, originally delivered to PanAm with registration N203PA in 1984, staid with four other airlines after this and before joining AuroUnion in August 2010.



XA-TUE an A300B4 dating back to 1979 and Air France, she was the 78th A300 built and served with Air France and on leases until 1998. In 2002, after converted into a freighter she was acquired by AeroUnion and named “Margo”. Sadly, she crashed after take-off from Monterrey on April 13th, 2010, killing the crew as well as three on the ground.



XA-UYR, Originally delivered to American Airlines in September 1992 as N7082A, she then was converted and delivered to RUS Aviation (A6-JIM) in 2011, since then she has seen service with both Unique Air (A6-JIM) and Pecotox Air (ER-JIM) and Now AeroUnion.



XA-EFR, an old Varig 767 from 1987, this 30 years old 767 has since then seen service with both TAMPA and Avianca Cargo before being registered in Mexico and joining AeroUnion in 2014.



N870SJ, a DC-8-71 that dates back to 1969. She was first delivered to United Airlines as N8095U, after this she served with TransOcean before being converted and taken up by Southern Air. When in Southern she was during 1993 leased to Mexicana and named Pochteca in honour of the Aztecs.
Later she was returned to Southern Air and finally scrapped in 2003 after service with Emery Worldwide for nine years.

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Good morning everyone,

A new update to the North American tread for April, some remade models along with some new can be expected this time.

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Air Transat Boeing 737-800
US Airways Embraer 145 (x2)



C-GTQF, One of the Air Transat Boeing 737-800 delivered to the airline on June 27th, 2014 and received fleet number 403. She previously operated for Air India Express from May 2006 until March 2014.


N298SK, This small Embraer ERJ-145LR was delivered to Chautauqua Airlines on October 26th, 2001 and then transferred to Shuttle America on January 1st, 2015. She has seen operation with US Airways Express as well as Delta Connection.


N846MJ, Another small Embraer ERJ-145LR was delivered to Mesa Airlines on December 20th, 2001 and then picked up by Freedom Airlines in October 2005. She has seen operation with US Airways Express as well as Delta Connection.
Today she operates for TAR Aerolineas with registration XA-BPK.


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FedEx Boeing 767-300
Mexicana Cargo Douglas DC-8-71 (x4)



N68077, a 17-year-old Boeing 767-316F delivered to LAN Chile Cargo in August 2000 as CC-CZY. Fitted with winglets in October 2009, she was transferred to Brazilian operator ABSA Cargo, later TAM Cargo in 2010 as PR-ACG. FedEx leased the aircraft between 2015 and 2017 when returned to now rebranded LATAM and LATAM Cargo Colombia as N532LA and painted in the full LATAM livery.




N870SJ, a new set of DC-8-71 that dates back to 1969. The original aircraft was first delivered to United Airlines as N8095U, after this she served with TransOcean before being converted and taken up by Southern Air. When in Southern she was during 1993 leased to Mexicana and named Pochteca in honour of the Aztecs.
Later she was returned to Southern Air and finally scrapped in 2003 after service with Emery Worldwide for nine years.


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FedEx Fokker F27



N721FE Originally delivered to Malaysia-Singapore Airlines in November 1971 as 9V-BCT. In early 1972, she was re-registered to Malaysian Airlines System as 9M-ARJ, and again in 1976 to 9M-MCC. In February 1990 she was bought be Mount Air Cargo and operated for FedEx Feeder and FedEx Express and withdrawn from use in December 2004 and scraped in 2006.


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Cargojet Boeing 767-300



C-FGSJ, delivered to Leisure International in April 1993 as G-UKLH, later transferred to Air 2000 and re-registered G-OOAN in November 1998. First Choice took delivery of the aircraft in March 2004 and operated for Thomsonfly, and later transferred to Thomson Airways. In 2009. In 2013, Cargo Aircraft Management in Singapore converted her to a freighter. Delivered to Star Air in March 2014 as OY-SRS, sold to Cargojet Airways in January 2015, and received fleet number 634.


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Good evening,

As a small update at the end of the month, hare we a have a few new models for the North American customs thread.

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Air Antilles Express ATR 42-600
Delta Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-90
LIAT ATR 72-600 (x2)



F-OIXO, A 4-year-old ATR 42-600 delivered to Air Antilles Express in January 2014, it is now operating out of the airlines based in Pointe-ŕ-Pitre.



N960DN, Delivered to China Northern in March 1998 with registration B-2260. Transferred to China Southern in November 2004 and sold to Delta Airlines in September 2011 and given fleet number 9260.



V2-LIA, the plane was originally destined for Indian JetKonnect but never delivered. Instead, LIAT took delivery of this plane June 2013 and it is today operating intra island hops in the Caribbean.
V2-LIN, The latest delivered aircraft to LIAT, this 1 and a half-year-old ATR 72-600 was delivered to LIAT in November 2016.

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