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Typical of many A-10s is the application of nose art, depicting shark mouths, warthogs, snakes, and as in the case of the 184th Squadron of the Arkansas Air National Guard, razorbacks.
Nose art is is a wide spread tradition among A-10 crews. In case of the 163rd Fighter Squadron, they added a snake to the "business end" of their aircraft.
Of the approximately 2,500 aircraft of this unique and robust bi-plane, used by Aeroflot in the 1980s and 1990s, several AN-2s, operating as the main means of transport in the far northern and eastern regions, exchanged the typical Aeroflot blue for red, improving visibility in snow and ice.
Built in 1977, CCCP-77110 was one of only two aircraft that were used on regular scheduled service by Aerofl ot from 1984 onwards. Service was performed weekly between Moscow and the Kazakh city of Alma-Ata, today's Almaty. This TU-144S, equipped with four Kuznetsov NK-144A engines, recognizable by the cylindrical exhausts, is on display at the Civil Aviation Museum in Ulyanovsk.
For its first 787-9 Dreamliner, Aeromexico was looking for a special design to embrace its vast pre-Hispanic culture. Depicted are ancient glyphs from the Olmec, Mayan and Aztec and Totonac cultures. The main element is Quetzalcoatl, deity of wind and wisdom. The "Feathered Serpent" encompasses the 20 remaining colorful glyphs.
2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Canada and the 80th birthday of Air Canada - what better occasion to introduce a new corporate identity. Influenced by Canada�s natural scenery, dominated by grey-black rocks and snow-capped mountains, the red maple leaf is put into the spotlight in this sleek new livery.�
Perfect for your 1:200 scale diorama.
This set of two floodlights expands the range of 1/200 scale airport accessories. Some snap-together assembly required. Note: item is not designed to be illuminated.�
The two ATRs of the small Danish airline with their unusual matt-black paint scheme stand out wherever they appear, and will surely also "shine" in your 1/200 scale Collection.
One of the latest developments of Antonov is the AN-178, a derivative of the AN148 / 158 regional jet family. This 1/200 scale model made of high quality plastic was designed in close cooperation with Antonov, and will be available in the colors of the prototype that was on display at various air shows in 2016.
British A380 G-XLEL (1:200)
With a length of 14.7" and a wing span of 13.25", the C-5, also nicknamed "Lockheed Hilton" for its cavernous cargo hold, possesses considerable dimensions - even in 1/200. For the first time, a model of this strategic airlifter is released in 1/200 scale. Metal landing gear with rubber tires provide a sure standing for this resin-made model. This first release depicts a modernized C-5M Super Galaxy of the 9th Airlift Squadron from Dover Air Base, Delaware.