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  • South 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 South American customs tread, starting of with two Avianca and two LATAM models.

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    Avianca Colombia Boeing 727-200 HK-2152X
    Avianca Colombia Boeing 767-300 N984AN
    LATAM Boeing 767-300 CC-CML and CC-CWV




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    Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

  • #2
    Good evening everyone,

    The new update also in the South American Customs thread with some interesting new models.
    Please enjoy!!

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    Avior Airlines Airbus A340-300 YV3292
    TAM Airlines Boeing 767-300 "Walt Disney World" PT-MSZ



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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 South America we have:


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      Aviateca Boeing 767-200
      Lacsa Boeing 757-200
      TAME Airbus A330-200 HC-COH



      The Guatemalan part of Avianca today, was previously known by the name of Aviateca. They did operate a fleet of a few 737 in this livery during the 1990s, however, never a 767. If they would have operated one during that time, this is probably how it would have looked.



      This Lacsa Boeing 757-200 is a show of how the Lacsa livery could have looked if the airline were to have acquired the Boeing 757.



      HC-COH, the sole Airbus A330-200 of TAME at 17 years of age. Delivered to Emirates in December 2000, she were picked up by TAME in July 2013. It today operates on the route between Quito and New York.

      Please enjoy
      --
      Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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      • #4
        Good evening everyone,

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

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        AeroGal Boeing 767-300 HC-CIJ
        Boliviana de Aviación (BoA) Boeing 767-300 CP-2881
        TACA Boeing 747-400



        HJ-CIJ, a 25-year-old 767-300ER originally delivered to United Airlines in 1992 with registration N650UA, it was planned to then join Conviasa, it received the registration YV1006C but were not taken up, instead entered service with OceanAir in 2007 and Avianca in 2009. It was during this period that it was leased to AeroGal and painted in this livery. It has since then been acquired by Asia Atlantic Airlines in 2013 with registration HS-AAC.



        CP-2881 was the first of the current 767s in Boliviana de Aviación fleet, a 23-year-old Boeing 767-300ER fist delivered to Alitalia in 1995, saw service with TAM in 2008 and the joined BoA in 2014.



        A 747-400 is maybe a little big for TACA, but it is a livery that does suit the queen of the skies. A fantasy livery of how a TACA 747 could have looked.

        Please enjoy
        --
        Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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        • #5
          Good morning,

          A new month means a new update, this time in the South American tread, we have some liveries seen before, as well as some new.

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          LATAM Boeing 767-300 (x2)



          PT-MOD, 6-year-old Boeing 767-316 delivered to LAN Airlines as CC-BDD in Jun 2012, she was transferred to LATAM Chile in 2016, and later to LATAM Brazil in May 2017 and re-registered PT-MOD, when also painted in the LATAM livery.
          PT-MSY, Delivered to LAN Airlines five years ago as CC-BDL. Transferred to TAM Linhas Aereas in June 2013 and registered PT-MSY. She received the LATAM livery in April 2016 and flew with the Olympic Fire for the Olympic Games in Brazil 2016.


          Please enjoy
          --
          Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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          • #6
            Hello,

            Let's see what new models we have for the South American customs tread this time. W proceed with two types, an Airbus and a Boeing.

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            Avianca Airbus A330-200 “Star Alliance”
            Boliviana de Aviacion BoA Boeing 767-300


            N279AV, a six-year-old Airbus A330-200, delivered to Avianca in January 2012, it was transferred to TACA Peru in October that same year and painted in Star Alliance livery. As TACA Peru was replaced by Avianca Peru, the aircraft was once again transferred on May 28th, 2013.



            CP-3017, a 23-year-old Boeing 767-328, originally destined for Air France as F-GHGL but never delivered. Entered service with Royal Brunei Airlines in April 1996 with registration V8-RBN, and has since then seen service with Air Mauritius as 3B-NAZ (1996-1997), Air Algerie as S7-RGS (2000), Vietnam Airlines as S7-AAB (2000), Skymark Airlines as JA767E (2004-2007). Varig as PR-VAN (2007-2011), Nordwind Airlines as VQ-BMU (2011-2014). Finally now in service with Boliviana de Aviacion since February 2016 when she was the third 767-300 to enter service with the Bolivian carrier.



            Please enjoy
            --
            Aircraft enthusiast and custom maker

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