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On June 10, 2017, on the annual "Bundeswehr Day", this silver and black Transall will have its official roll-out. To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the transport unit based in German state of Bavaria, this C-160 was designed in a retro-styled scheme.
The airline's second A350 sports the special "Negaraku" livery, named after the Malaysia national anthem. The initiative is supposed to strengthen the national identity, but also symbolize the turnaround at the airline which had been struggling in recent years.
As the lowcost branch of state-owned South African Airways, Mango currently operates ten 737s on routes throughout South Africa, easily recognizable by their bright orange Color.
On two narrow cardboard plates (each 20 x 40 cm / 7.9 x 15.7 in) are two sections that connect to the central plaza. Or you can place one of these sections between the northern and southern piers, without adding the plaza. Depending on the airplane type, a maximum of three models can be placed on each of the two sections.
The terminal's core with its larger buildings comes with a 40 x 40 cm (15.7 x 15.7 in) cardboard base plate with space for up to four models. This section can be combined with the midsections or the northern and southern pier elements.
This set contains the northern end of Terminal 2 with space for up to four aircraft. A 40 x 40 cm (15.7 x 15.7 in). Cardboard base plate is included.
This set contains the southern end of the terminal with parking positions for up to three aircraft. A fittingly decorated 40 x 40 cm (15.7 x 15.7 in) cardboard base plate is included.
Each of the over 100 737s carries a portrait of a famous Scandinavian on the rudder.
The first A310 models in the 1/500 scale were distributed to retailers at the same time back in September of 1992. Among that first batch was the legendary airline Pan Am. By utilizing pad printing technology in place of the back then usual stickers or decals, the hobby of airplane collecting reached a new level in quality. �
Although already applied to an A330 in advance (item 530156), Qantas will officially introduce its new design with the delivery of the Dreamliner in October 2017.
The Qantas jumbo-jet was the first 747-400 shipped by Herpa to retailers back in 1992. As part of the 25th anniversary of Herpa Wings, this aircraft is produced again as a limited edition with all production techniques and improvements that are possible today. Fittingly, the aircraft chosen for this new run, the "City of Canberra" was the first 747-400 delivered to the Australian airlines (in 1989).
Following the merger with Orenair and Donavia in 2016, Rossiya introduced this new color scheme in the same year. The main hub remains at St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest City.