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  • European 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 European customs tread, starting of with two Air Europa 737-800s, a Ryanair 737, Rossiya 777 and many more.

    1:500

    Aegean Airlines Airbus A320 SX-DVM
    Air Berlin Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 "White" D-ABQQ
    Air Europa Boeing 737-800 EC-MJU and EC-MKL "30 Anos"
    Air Moldova Embraer E190 ER-ECB and ER-ECC
    British Airways (Sun-Air of Scandinavia) BAe Jetstream 31 OY-SVF
    British Antarctic Survey DHC6 VP-FAZ
    Cello Aviation 737-300 G-MISG
    Condor Boeing 747-400 D-ABTD
    CSA Tupolev TU-134 OK-HFL
    Ellinair Airbus A319 SX-EMM
    Ellinair Boeing 737-300 LY-GGC
    eurolot Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 SP-EQC
    Flughafen Stuttgart TU-154 D-AFSG
    Gromov Flight Research Institute Tupolev TU-154 RA-85317
    Iberia Airbus A319 EC-KMD
    Iberia Airbus A320 EC-LUL
    Iberia Airbus A321 EC-JNI
    Jet Connections 737-200 VP-CAQ
    Montenegro Airlines Fokker F100 4O-AOP
    Norwegian Boeing 737-800 LN-DYA "Erik Bye" and LN-NOU "Carl von Linné"
    Rossiya Boeing 777-300 EI-UNL
    Ryanair Boeing 737-800 EI-EFM
    Ukraine International Embraer 190 UR-EMB


















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    Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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    1:200

    Widerøe Bombardier Dash 8-100 LN-WIM





    1:150

    Icelandair Boeing 767-300 TF-ISP


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    • #3
      Nice work! I can't believe they make a DHC-6 and a J31 in 1:500 scale!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by RStretton View Post
        Nice work! I can't believe they make a DHC-6 and a J31 in 1:500 scale!
        Thanks! The DHC-6 and Jetstream are two really small aircraft and only possible in scale 1:500 thanks to 3D printing.

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        Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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        • #5
          Good evening everyone,

          The new update also in the European Customs tread. This time with an interesting list of new models.
          Please enjoy!!

          1:500

          Aegean Airlines Airbus A320 "Star Alliance" SX-DVQ
          Aegean Airlines Airbus A320 "Visit Greece" SX-DGI
          British Airways (Sun-Air of Scandinavia) BAe Jetstream 31 OY-SVB
          easyJet Airbus A319 G-EZNM
          LOT Polish Embraer E170 SP-LIB
          Openskies Boeing 767-300 F-HILU
          Sabena Avro RJ100 OO-DWD
          Transavia Boeing 737-700 x2 PH-XRC and PH-XRD
          Transavia France Boeing 737-800 F-GZHE
          WOW Air Airbus A321 TF-DAD

















          1:400

          Lufthansa Boeing 747-8i D-ABYS
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          Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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          • #6
            Hello guys,

            A new update of European customs tonight with customs in scales 1:500 and 1:200.

            I have some rare and beautiful small models in scale 1:500, such as a British Airways A319 Olympic 2012 "Golden Dove".

            In scale 1:200, I have a set of DC-3 models, all with the same registration and livery, but a total number of 10 models, all ordered by the Swedish association "Flygande Veteraner" (Flying Veterans).
            The plane is an old DC-3, build in as a C-47 in 1943. It flew with the US Army Air Force, based in Oran, Algeria.
            Later in 1944, she participated in the D-day landings, dropping paratroopers over Normandie.
            After her military service with the Americans, she was rebuilt as a civilian passenger plane, first flying for the DNL, later picked up by SAS when SAS was founded.
            in 1957 she was sold to the Swedish domestic airline "Linjeflyg" and flew with this airline up until 1960 when she was sold to the Swedish Air Force.
            In 1982 she was retired from service with the Air Force and were now purchased by the same association that owns and operates her today. She is now, once again painted in the old Scandinavian Airlines System livery, looking just as she did when operating for them 60 years ago.
            But now based at the Airport in Västerås.

            Please enjoy!!

            1:500

            Amapolaflyg Fokker F50 SE-LIS
            British Airways Airbus A319 G-EUPD "Dove"
            British Airways Embraer 170 G-LCYM
            Norwegian Boeing 737-800 EI-FVH "Jean Sibelius", G-NRWY "Carl Nielsen" and LN-NGA "Ludvig Walentin Karlsen"












            1:200

            SAS Scandinavian Airlines System Douglas DC-3 SE-CFP (Flygande Veteraner)







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