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  • African 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 African customs tread, starting of with a twin pare of South African A340-600s some old 707s and a Comet 4.

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    East African Airways Comet 4 VP-KPJ
    South African Airways Airbus A340-600 "Star Alliance" ZS-SNC
    Uganda Airlines Boeing 707-320C 5X-UAC








    1:400

    Air Zimbabwe Boeing 707-320B Z-WKR
    Uganda Airlines Boeing 707-320C 5X-UAC




    1:200

    Air Cote d'Ivoire Airbus A319 TU-TSN


    --
    Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

  • #2
    Good evening everyone,

    New update in the African Customs thread with some variety of interesting airlines like Air Zimbabwe, RwandAir and SonAir.
    Please enjoy!!

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    Air Zimbabwe Boeing 767-200 Z-WPF
    RwandAir Airbus A330-300 9XR-WP
    SonAir (Atlas Air) Boeing 747-400 N322SG
    South African Airways Airbus A330-300 ZS-SXJ




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    Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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    • #3
      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 Africa we have:

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      Air Austral Boeing 777-300ER F-OLRD
      Air Austral Boeing 787-8 F-OLRB
      Air Mauritius Airbus A350-900XWB 3B-NBQ
      Tunisair Boeing 727-200 TS-JHR



      F-OLRD is the latest Boeing 777-300ER for Air Austral and delivered in September 2016.
      F-OLRB, the second Boeing 787-8 to join the fleet of Air Austral. This aircraft with line number 15 was finally finished in 2016, after a few years in storage at Everett. It was at first destined for All Nippon, as these did not acquire her, she was offered to Lion Air, but this as well as a deal not working out. Finally, she was sold to Air Austral and today operates out of the small island in the Indian Ocean.



      3B-NBQ, second Airbus A350-900XWB for Air Mauritius delivered in November 2017 and named “Pieter Both” it now features a 50th-anniversary sticker.



      TS-JHR, an old classic Boeing 727-200 of Tunisair, it was built in 1975, delivered to Tunisair in November 1976, and later ended up in Damascus, Syria with registration 9L-LDM.

      Please enjoy
      --
      Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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      • #4
        Good morning,

        The news for the African Customs tread this month includes some new models from the north of the continent.

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        Air Algerie Airbus A330-200
        Air Algerie Boeing 737-800


        7T-VKM, First flight on April 20th, 2016 and delivered to Air Algerie on April 28th as the airlines 25th Boeing 737NG.
        7T-VJA, The sixth Airbus A330-200 for Air Algerie and first to be delivered from the second order placed in 2013. First flight was in early March 2015 and delivery occurred later that same month.


        Please enjoy
        --
        Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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        • #5
          Good evening everyone,

          A late April update to the African customs thread with two new models.

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          Africa West Douglas DC-9-30F
          Tunisair Express Bombardier CRJ-900



          5Y-BXM, delivered to Africa West in October 2009, Originally destined for Universal Airlines, but later delivered to Overseas National Airways in May 1969 and named “Mistress”. Later bought by Ozark Airlines and TWA before being based in Kenya from May 2008, first with Tamarind Air, and later with Astral Aviation and Arica West.



          TS-ISA, the sole CRJ-900 delivered to SevenAir in July 2007 and named “Didon”. After renaming of the airline in 2011 the aircraft was transferred to the new Tunisair Express.



          Please enjoy
          --
          Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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          • #6
            Hello,

            Not much, but one new model from the north of the African continent.

            1:500

            Royal Air Maroc Cargo Boeing 737-300F



            CN-ROX, originally delivered to Trans European Airliners in October 1988 as OO-LTA and operated in Australia from 1989-1990. TEA Italy received the aircraft in September 1990 under the registration I-TEAA. In 1996 easyJet took delivery of her as G-EZYB as their fourth aircraft and second Boeing 737-300. Kitty Hawk Aircargo took delivery of this aircraft in October 2004 and converted her to a freighter in March 2005. In June 2008, she was delivered to Indian QuickJet Cargo as VT-DQP, and sold to Royal Air Maroc in 2009.



            Please enjoy
            --
            Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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            • #7
              Good morning,

              Finally, Yet Importantly we have the new customs from the African continent. All customs in scale 1:500, and a few liveries that have been seen before, but have managed to get some new ones in there as well.

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              Air Namibia Airbus A330-200
              Mauritania Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8
              Med-View Boeing 767-300
              RwandAir Airbus A330-300


              V5-ANP, The second of two Airbus A330-243s with Air Namibia, delivered in November 2013 to replace the two-leased Airbus A340-300 aircraft from Lufthansa previously operated on the route to Frankfurt.



              5T-CLJ, The first Boeing 737MAX in Africa with Mauritania Airlines International, this plane was delivered on December 20th 2017.



              5N-BQN, belonging to Nigerian airline Med-View since August 2015. She was originally destined for Aeromexico as N807AM but was later delivered to LAN Chile as CC-CDM in 1995. In 2002 until 2005 she served with Vietnam Airlines as VN-A763, and then back to LAN in November 2005. In October 2013, she joined the airline she was originally destined for, as XA-UTC, and flew here until sold to Med-View in 2015.


              9XR-WP, The only A330-300 in the fleet of RwandAir, and delivered on November 30th 2016.

              Please enjoy
              --
              Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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