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Thread: Phoenix 1/400 April 2016 Releases

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    Phoenix 1/400 April 2016 Releases

    Not much for the classic collectors (as usual) but some nice stuff for those with a foot firmly in the Asia-Pacific region (like me!) and the Airbus A380 prototype in three different variants:

    Airbus Industries A380-800 F-WWOW "First to Fly-Singapore Airlines"
    Airbus Industries A380-800 F-WWOW "Flying the A350-1000Xtra Engine"
    Airbus Industries A380-800 F-WWOW "Flying the A350XWB Engine"
    Air Austral B777-300ER F-OSYD "Vulcan"
    Air Austral B777-300ER F-OREU "Sea"
    Air Austral B777-300ER F-ONOU "Waterfall"
    Hainan Airlines B737-800 B-5467 "Little Door Gods"
    SWISS International B777-300ER "Faces for Swiss"
    EVA Air A321-200 B-16221 New 2016 livery
    China Airlines A330-300 B-18359
    Garuda Indonesia A330-300 PK-GPX "Visit Indonesia"
    Norwegian Long Haul B787-9 EI-LNI "Greta Garbo"
    Azerbaijan Airlines A340-600 4k-AI08
    Thai AirAsia X A330-300 HS-XTC "Thank You Captain Park"
    Chongqing Airlines A320-200 B-6576 "Happy Chongqing"
    Mandarin Airlines B737-8 B-18659 "Explore Taichung"
    Nok Air B737-800 HS-DBQ "10th Anniversary"
    JAL Japan Airlines B777-300 JA751J "Olympics Fly to 2020"

    I've preordered the JAL 777 (obviously), the AZ A340, the Mandarin 737, SWISS 777 and the A350-1000 A380. I already have the Air Austral 777 that visited Manchester last year on order with JC Wings although sadly I only saw her arriving in the old scheme and didn't get a shot in the new livery when she left as it was pissing down with rain

    I'm wondering if the A380 will actually have the different engine under the wing or not. I know DW used to do some Airbus house aircraft with the different engines underneath for testing.

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    The 3 variations of the A380 F-WOWW are very interesting. They add some colors in the boring Airbus livery, this is a good news

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