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    Inflight 200 intro

    Inflight 200 would like to thank the 400 Scale Hanger staff for letting us use this site as a forum to help answer questions and provide input for our models.

    We spent 2001 and 2002 working with our factory in China to help produce the caliber of models that we provide for our collectors today.

    Our models include the following features:
    All metal construction
    Scaled landing gear with rubber tires that roll.
    Antennas and anti-collision lights.
    Spinning turbines and nose gear that turn (747 series)

    In our production inventory today we have the following aircraft:
    707-320
    DC-8-62
    747-1-2-3-4 series

    We now have a web site which provides a listing for all produced releases and our retailers. www.inflight200models.com
    We look forward to your comments and input.

    Thanks,
    Don

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    Welcome aboard Don


    I'm very glad to have you with us and look forward to hearing all the Inflight200 info....

    Actually, I should be mad at you as I was only collecting 1/400 models untill I got my first Inflight200 and then I was hooked and my wallet emptied

    Anyway, thanks for putting out some great models and I look forward to future releases
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    Don -

    Welcome! Glad to have you on the site.

    Love your models!

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    Great news re. the 727-200. Please hurry on the DC-10.

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    Heyyy Bud!!! Welcome to the site!!
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    Hi Don,

    Welcome to the site, we are very glad to have you here. I am for one look forward to seeing some stellar releases this year.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JustPlaneCrazy
    Actually, I should be mad at you as I was only collecting 1/400 models untill I got my first Inflight200 and then I was hooked and my wallet emptied
    I know how you feel...! Inflight200s have been seriously damaging financially, but its good that there'll be some active discussion about these magnificent models. So hi Don!

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    Hi Don-

    Welcome aboard. InFlights have been a most welcome addition to the (small) world of 1:200 collecting.

    -Danny

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    Welcome, Don. Thanks For The Aurora Delta DC-10 (Toronto Show)
    I Hope Recent Events Do Not Discourage You From Returning To The Show.

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    You have fantastick airplanes. Are you in charge of the LE line as well?

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    HI Don,
    Welcome on board. Nice seeing you at aviationretaildirect in the UK from time to time. Will you be attending the UK Heathrow Show on May 1st??
    Nabeel

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    Hey, does this mean we get an INFLIGHT addition to the model database as well?? I for one would be interested in that, even if they are not 400 scale

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    Quote Originally Posted by clippernabeel
    HI Don,
    Welcome on board. Nice seeing you at aviationretaildirect in the UK from time to time. Will you be attending the UK Heathrow Show on May 1st??
    Nabeel
    Yes, I'll be at the Heathrow show.

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    Welcome aboard, keep those great model coming!

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    Don welcome and thanks for giving us such great models!
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