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  • #16
    This list is being actively monitored and there are at least a half dozen models on it that are "in production" and others that are being noted....

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    • #17
      How about some ground crews? There is photo etched Eduard set in 1/400, but that is for passengers. I'd like to see somebody make some rampers.

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      • #18
        Boeing 737-300 Air New Zealand 1:400 (ZK-SJC, Ideally)
        Boeing 737-800 Pacific Blue 1:400 (ZK-PBK, Ideally)

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ZK-OKC View Post
          Boeing 737-300 Air New Zealand 1:400 (ZK-SJC, Ideally)
          Boeing 737-800 Pacific Blue 1:400 (ZK-PBK, Ideally)
          I`d like to see these made as well!
          AC has a good mold and hope they shift from B-regs soon as there are so many great lines that can be done
          --
          Ron

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          • #20
            My updated wishlist including some moulds not yet released:

            Airbus A318: Avianca Brasil
            Airbus A320: Ernest (Italy)
            Airbus A330-200: Air Madrid, TAM (2nd livery with "Orgulho de ser brasileira" titles)
            Antonov AN-12: Aeroflot, Cavok, Russian Air Force
            Antonov AN-22: Aeroflot, Russian Air Force
            ATR42: Azul, Pantanal and TRIP
            ATR72: Azul, TRIP, Passaredo/Voepass and ATR (prototype)
            BAC 1-11: VASP, Sadia/TransBrasil and Brazilian Air Force
            BAe146: Air Brasil, TABA and LAP
            BAe ATP: British Airways (Landor colors), LAR (Portugal) and BAe (prototype)
            Boeing 707: Brazilian Air Force (VIP colors), Portuguese Air Force, Air Atlantis, LAP, Independent Air, World Peace and Fast Air Cargo (Chile)
            Boeing 717: Boeing (prototype)
            Boeing 727-200: VARIGlog, Itapemirim, Total Cargo, Fly
            Boeing 737-200: Brazilian Air Force
            Boeing 737-300: TransBrasil (last livery), GOL, Webjet (last livery) and Air Atlantis
            Boeing 737-400: VASP and TransBrasil
            Boeing 737-500: Rio-Sul and Transaero
            Boeing 737-700: GOL and VARIG (first livery)
            Boeing 737-800: Webjet, EuroAtlantic
            Boeing 747-100: OrionAir/Lionair
            Boeing 747-200: VARIG (PP-VNW with P&W engines)
            Boeing 747-300: VARIG (Landor colors)
            Boeing 757-200: OceanAir, EuroAtlantic, TACV Cabo Verde, Pluna, Lan Chile, Ladeco and Fuerza Aerea Argentina
            Boeing 767-200: VARIG (classic colors re-release and Star Alliance livery), LAM (Mozambique), Monarch (old colors), SAS and BRA
            Boeing 767-300: VARIG (Landor and Star Alliance colors), Pluna, Iberia, Spanair, ABSA, EuroAtlantic and BRA
            Boeing 777-200: EuroAtlantic, Ceiba Intercontinental and Turkmenistan
            Bombardier CRJ900: Pluna
            Convair 340/440: Cruzeiro, Real Aerovias
            Douglas DC-3: VARIG, VASP, Cruzeiro, Panair do Brasil, Real, TAP and Brazilian Air Force
            Douglas DC-4: VASP, Loide Aereo and Brazilian Air Force
            Douglas DC-6: Panair do Brasil, Loide Aereo and Brazilian Air Force
            Douglas DC-7: Panair do Brasil
            Douglas DC-8-50: ACS (Canada), TCB and African International
            Douglas DC-8-62: CargoSur (Spain), MGM Grand Air, Rich International, Pegasus, NASA and Air Vias
            Douglas DC-8-61/63/71/73: VASP, German Cargo and ABSA
            Douglas DC-9-80 (MD-80): Cruzeiro, Aerolineas Argentinas and Avianca Colombia
            Douglas DC-10: Pluna, LAP, Lan Chile and Avensa
            Douglas C-124: USAF
            Douglas C-133: USAF
            Embraer 120 Brasilia: any model
            Embraer 135/140/145: Rio-Sul, PGA Portugalia, Passaredo and any other models not yet released
            Embraer 190/195: TRIP, TAP, Austrian, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air France, Alitalia, Lufthansa and any other model not yet released
            Fokker F-27: Rio-Sul and TAM
            Fokker 50: Rio-Sul (old and VARIG liveries), TAM, OceanAir, PGA Portugalia (re-release) and Fokker (prototype)
            Fokker 100: TAM (all liveries), Avianca Brasil, Fokker (prototype)
            HP Herald: Sadia/TransBrasil
            HS-748: SATA Azores and Brazilian Air Force
            Ilyushin IL-18: AeroCaribbean
            Ilyushin IL-62: TAAG, LAM (Mozambique), EastLine, LOT (delivery colors) and Gambia Air Force
            Irkut MC-21: prototype
            Lockheed C-141: USAF
            Lockheed L-188: LAP, VARIG (PP-VLA or PP-VLB with front cargo door)
            Lockheed Constellation: Panair do Brasil
            Lockheed L1011-500: EuroAtlantic
            NAMC YS-11: Cruzeiro and VASP
            SAAB 2000: Portugalia
            Sud Aviation Caravelle: VARIG (delivery colors), Cruzeiro (delivery colors)
            Sukhoi SSJ100: Aeroflot, prototype
            Tupolev TU-114: Aeroflot
            Tupolev TU-154: Cubana (old and current liveries) and Bulgarian Air Force
            Tupolev TU-214: Aeroflot, Russian Air Force, prototype
            Vickers Viscount: VASP, Pluna and Brazilian Air Force
            Yakovlev Yak-42: Aeroflot
            --
            Daniel R.Carneiro
            Aviation online's chief editor - http://www.aviation.com.br

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            • #21
              Fokker F-27: Piedmont Commuter
              Fokker F-28: Mid-Pacific Air
              Fokker F-70: Ford Motor Company corporate N324K
              NAMC YS-11: Mid-Pacific Air
              SAAB 340: Piedmont Commuter, TW Express (twin stripe), NWA Airlink (Mesaba) "route map" livery N441XJ

              Beechcraft 1900C: Piedmont Commuter, Allegheny Commuter

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              • #22
                Here's my list all in 1/400:
                1. Air Italy A330-200
                2. Alaska Airlines 737-800 (STAR WARS N538AS)
                3. Surinam Airways 737-700
                4. Copa Airlines 737-700
                5. PAWA Dominicana MD-80
                6. Interjet Sukhoi SuperJet 100
                7. Aviacsa Fokker 100
                8. Cayman Airways 737-800
                9. ITA Airways A350-900
                10. BahamasAir 737-500
                11. Fuerza Aerea Mexicana C-130
                12. ITA Airways A330
                13. Copa Airlines E190
                14. Aviacsa DC-9
                15. BahamasAir 737-700
                16. Cayman Airways 737-300
                17. Guardia Nacional Mexicana 727
                18. BahamasAir ATR-72
                19. Aviacsa BAe146
                20. Wamos A330-200
                21. Mexicana 767 (2008 livery)
                22. Mexicana CRJ200
                23. Air Italy 737-800
                24. AeroMar CRJ200
                25. Boliviana de Aviacion 767
                26. Mexicana Fokker 100 (all tail colors)
                27. Aerolineas Argentinas 737-800
                28. Wamos 747-400
                29. Mexicana Cargo DC-8-71F

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                • #23
                  Here is mine (short, most awaited):
                  1., Hungarian Government TU-134A: HA-925 or any rego
                  2., Malev TU-134A: all livery, any rego
                  3., Maszovlet Lisunov LI-2 (AC has Li-2 mould)
                  4., Tunisair B727-200(Adv): late 1990's, last livery, TS-JHU Hannibal (AC made, but older livery)
                  5., Inter Airlines B737-800: TC-IEA
                  6., Smartwings B747-800: HA-LKG
                  Plus: any Malev IL-18, IL-14, Dash 8-Q400, B737-X unreleased special livery


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                  • #24
                    Jersey European F27 1:400
                    Easyjet A319 "new" angled stripe livery 1:400 (not sure what the official name is for that livery?)

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                    • #25
                      air europe 737 200
                      orion 737 200
                      british island airways 1-11,herald
                      aviogenex tu 134
                      monarch 1-11
                      dan air viscount,hs748,comet late70's scheme
                      bea airtours 707
                      cyprus airways 707 blue tail


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                      • #26
                        Sukhoi Superjet 100 would be nice. An how about some real historical birds like the giant seaplanes of the 30's and 40's like Sunderlands for example.

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