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I use Xtracolor X322 British Airways BA World scheme.
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Six more!!! The first is an A320-100, registered G-BUSB, 1997 - World tail "Koguty Lowickie" colors. The real machine was to be delivered to British Caledonian as G-BRAA, but not taken up because of the merger with BA (officially she was delivered to BCal as G-BUSB on March 1988), was the second ever A320 to be delivered to an airline, the first to BA, on April 1988, wearing Landor livery, named "Isle of Jersey". She was painted in World tail livery on November 1997, then received the standard "Union flag" colors on February 2002. Withdrawn from use on November 2007 and scrapped at GYR on September 2008, wearing reg N293AT.

[49830402308_4123156f12_o]TXC0424_British_Airways_A320-100_Koguty_Lowickie_I-BUSB_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49831244332_26c943c464_o]TXC0424_British_Airways_A320-100_Koguty_Lowickie_I-BUSB_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830402243_521c26d795_o]TXC0424_British_Airways_A320-100_Koguty_Lowickie_I-BUSB_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The second is a RJ-100, registered G-BXAR, 1997 - World tail "Delftblue Daybreak" colors. She was delivered new to Cityflyer Express on March 1997, painted in World tail livery on January 1998. To British Airways CitiExpress on December 2002; to BA Connect on February 2006; Then to BA CityFlyer on March 2007. Damaged beyond repair at LCY on February 2009 when nose gear collapsed on landing. Scrapped at LCY on June 2009.

[49831250067_8f66bf5674_o]TXCS0402_British_Airways_RJ-100_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BXAR_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49831250037_06e07c8887_o]TXCS0402_British_Airways_RJ-100_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BXAR_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830407893_60480c1fa8_o]TXCS0402_British_Airways_RJ-100_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BXAR_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The third is a Short 360, registered G-BNMT, 1997 - World tail "Koguty Lowickie". She was delivered new to American Eagle (didn't found the date) as N160DD; to British Airways on May 1998. Written off on February 2001 when she crashed just after take off during a mail flight, both engines failed.

[49830941496_0bf133eb2b_o]TXCS0403_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Koguty_Lowickie_G-BNMT_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830941431_a45047c18f_o]TXCS0403_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Koguty_Lowickie_G-BNMT_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830941421_7a48b40c6f_o]TXCS0403_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Koguty_Lowickie_G-BNMT_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The fourth is a Short 360, registered G-BNMU, 1997 - World tail "Colum". She was delivered new to American Eagle (didn't found the date) as N161DD; to British Airways on July 1998; To BAC Express Airlines on December 2002; to Aurigny Air Services on August 2004; To Air Seychelles on July 2006, wearing reg. S7-PRI. Then to Air Flamenco on June 2017, as N914GD. Active.

[49830407798_c35204fc2b_o]TXCS0404_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Colum_G-BNMU_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830941331_87009322f5_o]TXCS0404_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Colum_G-BNMU_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49831249937_78a40bfa77_o]TXCS0404_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Colum_G-BNMU_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The fifth is a Short 360, registred G-BNMW, 1997 - World tail "Delftblue Daybreak". She was delivered new to Philippine Airlines, reg. EI-BTO, on November 1987; went to Gill Airways on July 1994, as G-BNMW; to Flying Enterprise AB, as SE-LCC, on November 1995; to Loganair (flying for BA), again as G-BNMW, on July 1999, wearing World tail cs; to Roblex Aviation, registered N411ER, on August 2001. Stored.

[49830407738_d907c9f05c_o]TXCS0405_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BNMW_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830941266_b7c2c94d9f_o]TXCS0405_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BNMW_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830941241_40a5448ab7_o]TXCS0405_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Delftblue_Daybreak_G-BNMW_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The sixth and last is a Short 360, registred G-BPFN, 1997 - World tail "Benyhone Tartan". The real machine was delivered to CC Air (unknown date), as N747HH; to British Airways on July 1998, as G-BPFN, weraing World tail cs; to Aurigny Air Services on May 2003. To Ben Air on May 2008, registered OY-PBV. Active.

[49831249852_672e80d7bc_o]TXCS0406_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Benyhone_Tartan_G-BPFN_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49830407638_b00bfe37a8_o]TXCS0406_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Benyhone_Tartan_G-BPFN_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49831249792_c7c5204c57_o]TXCS0406_British_Airways_Shorts_360_Benyhone_Tartan_G-BPFN_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

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[49830831393_1432bae681_o]British Airways little gems 1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

Those four little bastards gave me some headache![rolleyes]



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I can imagine that they did indeed cause a headache or two. Was it worth it? It was for me, as these are fantastic. [biggrin] Well done, sir. [thumb]




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Thanks! Had no choice but to remove the stabs of each one using a sharp knife, so to remove the original tail livery and apply the World tails. In the meantime had to drill a hole on each stab and fuselage, so to have a proper reattachment.
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Just brilliant. Did not know the Shorts 360 had all those Utopia tails.
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Thanks! Had no choice but to remove the stabs of each one using a sharp knife, so to remove the original tail livery and apply the World tails. In the meantime had to drill a hole on each stab and fuselage, so to have a proper reattachment.


Doing so, I would imagine was quite tedious. The results were outstanding, though.




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Thank you, gentlemen!!
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Here's a British Airways (Cityflyer Express) ATR-42-320, registered G-BVEF. She was to go to TAT, as F-GKNF, but not taken up. Went to Cityflyer Express on March 1994, in Landor livery and British Airways Express titles, received Union Flag colors on August 2000, left BA on March 2001; To Coast Air on April 2002, re-registered LN-FAI on November same year; Went to Air Wales, as G-CDFF on March 2004; to Aurigny Air Services on October 2006; leased to Flightline (Jan 2007 - May 2008), wfu Sep 2008. Went to First Air on February 2009, registered C-GKLB. To be delivered to Canadian North, wearing same reg. Active.

[49798115942_aab1aff842_c]TXC0423_British_Airways_ATR-42-320_World_tail_Union_Flag_cs_G-BVEF 1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49797260683_d210949ddd_c]TXC0423_British_Airways_ATR-42-320_World_tail_Union_Flag_cs_G-BVEF 2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[49798115907_f3d60c9b08_c]TXC0423_British_Airways_ATR-42-320_World_tail_Union_Flag_cs_G-BVEF 3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

 


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I just cannot get enough of these little props. They are fantastic looking models, sir. I might need to hit you up in the future when you resume taking orders. It is impossible to find 1:400 props in the liveries I need. DO NOT even get me started on the need for 1:400 E190s in various JetBlue liveries.

The GeminiJets releases are way too expensive for such a tiny model. $100.00? Hard pass... 

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Two more "Jungle Jets", both wearing standard (Union Flag) 1997 colors. The first is registered G-EMBP, with "300th ERJ" stickers. The real metal was delivered to British Regional Airlines on August 2000; she was transferred to British Airways CitiExpress on March 2002; to BA Connect on February 2006; To Flybe on March 2007, wfu and stored at EXT on September 2008; to BMI Regional on February 2011, wfu April 2012; to Eastern Airways (May 2012 - May 2013); to NovoAir, as S2-AGL, on June 2014; Finally, to National Airways from December 2017, registered ET-AUU. Active

[50101552571_8a4656e291_o]TXC0433_British_Airways_ERJ-145_1997_cs_300th_ERJ_G-EMBP 1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[50100969663_5616380f3a_o]TXC0433_British_Airways_ERJ-145_1997_cs_300th_ERJ_G-EMBP 2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[50101779082_6759acca94_o]TXC0433_British_Airways_ERJ-145_1997_cs_300th_ERJ_G-EMBP 3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The second is a BA Connect, registered G-EMBM. She was delivered to British Regional Airlines on November 1999; she was transferred to British Airways CitiExpress on March 2002; to BA Connect on February 2006; To Flybe on March 2007, wfu and stored at EXT on March 2009; To Athens Airways, as SX-CMD, on July 2009; stored at CFE on September 2010.

[50100969613_a1a1f09705_o]TXC0434_BA_Connect_ERJ-145_1997_cs_G-EMBM 1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[50101552481_9a367c5023_o]TXC0434_BA_Connect_ERJ-145_1997_cs_G-EMBM 2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
[50101778992_c4460b5041_o]TXC0434_BA_Connect_ERJ-145_1997_cs_G-EMBM 3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

 


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And, I shall have one of each. [thumb]
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Another set of masterpieces.
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Thank you. All those ERJs are a long wanted project, more than 10 years delayed!
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