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Deutsche Bahn

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Well done with these, sir. 
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Good evening everyone,

A late April update to the African customs thread with two new models.

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Africa West Douglas DC-9-30F
Tunisair Express Bombardier CRJ-900



5Y-BXM, delivered to Africa West in October 2009, Originally destined for Universal Airlines, but later delivered to Overseas National Airways in May 1969 and named โ€œMistressโ€. Later bought by Ozark Airlines and TWA before being based in Kenya from May 2008, first with Tamarind Air, and later with Astral Aviation and Arica West.



TS-ISA, the sole CRJ-900 delivered to SevenAir in July 2007 and named โ€œDidonโ€. After renaming of the airline in 2011 the aircraft was transferred to the new Tunisair Express.

 

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That is such a colorful livery on the DC-9. [biggrin]
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That is such a colorful livery on the DC-9. [biggrin]


I know, black, green and red on the small Kenyan flag. [biggrin]



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Hello,

Not much, but one new model from the north of the African continent.

1:500

Royal Air Maroc Cargo Boeing 737-300F



CN-ROX, originally delivered to Trans European Airliners in October 1988 as OO-LTA and operated in Australia from 1989-1990. TEA Italy received the aircraft in September 1990 under the registration I-TEAA. In 1996 easyJet took delivery of her as G-EZYB as their fourth aircraft and second Boeing 737-300. Kitty Hawk Aircargo took delivery of this aircraft in October 2004 and converted her to a freighter in March 2005. In June 2008, she was delivered to Indian QuickJet Cargo as VT-DQP, and sold to Royal Air Maroc in 2009.




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I've always been rather fond of the 737-300F. Not a common bird. Well done. 
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I've always been rather fond of the 737-300F. Not a common bird. Well done. 


No, it isn't. Just happy that they some of them getting a second chance at live life as freighters after their passenger carrier is over.

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Good morning,

 

Finally, Yet Importantly we have the new customs from the African continent. All customs in scale 1:500, and a few liveries that have been seen before, but have managed to get some new ones in there as well.

 

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Air Namibia Airbus A330-200

Mauritania Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8

Med-View Boeing 767-300

RwandAir Airbus A330-300

V5-ANP, The second of two Airbus A330-243s with Air Namibia, delivered in November 2013 to replace the two-leased Airbus A340-300 aircraft from Lufthansa previously operated on the route to Frankfurt.

 

5T-CLJ, The first Boeing 737MAX in Africa with Mauritania Airlines International, this plane was delivered on December 20th 2017.

 

 

5N-BQN, belonging to Nigerian airline Med-View since August 2015. She was originally destined for Aeromexico as N807AM but was later delivered to LAN Chile as CC-CDM in 1995. In 2002 until 2005 she served with Vietnam Airlines as VN-A763, and then back to LAN in November 2005. In October 2013, she joined the airline she was originally destined for, as XA-UTC, and flew here until sold to Med-View in 2015.

9XR-WP, The only A330-300 in the fleet of RwandAir, and delivered on November 30th 2016.

 

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Med-View is an interesting livery. 
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Med-View is an interesting livery. 


It is and was nice to see it on the 747 and 777 in the past. Hope it will return to these types again. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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