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In addition to seven AN-124s, no less than 14 IL-76 freighters are operated by the 224th airlift unit. The state-owned airline handles freight logistics for national and international companies and organizations from around the world.
You can now also in 1/500 reach the A380�s upper deck with this three-axle catering truck. Just like its larger cousin in 1/200, the superstruc- ture can be positioned in different heights, the loading ramp being variable in length.
Ireland's flag carrier Aer Lingus finds its way back into the Herpa range with this A330, named after the canonized, twelfth-century bishop of Dublin, Laurence O'Toole.
Aeroflot Tupolev TU-114
D-ABQQ was the "odd man out" of the airberlin fleet, which, carrying an all-white livery was the only aircraft in the fleet to sport a red (instead of white) airberlin logo on the vertical stabilizer.
The aircraft of Canada's largest airline are steadily receiving the new color scheme, first introduced in 2017. Among the more recent aircraft to be repainted in the new red and black was also the first of the ultra-long-range 777s, capable of covering a distance of almost 16,000 Kilometers.
The first of ten A350s currently on order was officially handed over to Air China in July of 2018. The Chinese flag carrier is the first operator of the type in Mainland China.
The "new" Air Italy started operations on March 1, 2018. Formed from Meridiana Fly and the "old" Air Italy, which had recently been taken over by the former, this new airline has already grown to be the second largest Italian airline, right after Alitalia.
Following the merger with Virgin America, Alaska also took up the former airline�s order for Airbus A321neo aircraft. N928VA will be the first of the ten A3210neos on order to sport Alaska�s new standard livery.
The first Herpa wings Boeing 737-300 from 1992 kicks-off the anniversary series. However this time, the 737 will be produced in the same high detail level usually reserved for our wings Club models. This model will be released in a special heritage box design. A display stand is included.
This extension for Amsterdam Airport in the 1/500 scale compliments the already available Pier F. Pier G is used for international flights, and can also accommodate the Airbus A380. As with the first building, Pier G will also come fully assembled. A set of eight jetways customized for Pier G (seven of which have two bridges, and one with one bridge) as well as a ground foil are available separately as accessories.
After being stored in Kiev for seven years, UR-09307 was completely refurbished including a new paint job in the current Antonov Airlines colors and took to the skies again in 2016.