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Never can get enough DC-9s/MDs. Well done with all of these by the way. 


Thank you, just a pity there aren't too many of these beauties left. A great comfortable and beautiful design, and easily distinguishable compared to many other modern planes.

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Hello everyone,

A new update to the North American tread for this month, Some models have seen a month ago, but in a different scale, and some model pre and post-merger.

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American Airlines Airbus A320
US Airways Airbus A320


N128UW, An A321-214 delivered to US Airways in March 2010 with fleet number 128. With the merger of US Airways and American Airlines in 2015, she was already transferred and painted in December 2013.



N125UW, An A320-214, today operating with American Airlines since December 2013, she originally was part of the US Airways fleet from November 2009. Features the same registration and fleet number now as then.

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FedEx Fokker F27



N721FE Originally delivered to Malaysia-Singapore Airlines in November 1971 as 9V-BCT. In early 1972, she was re-registered to Malaysian Airlines System as 9M-ARJ, and again in 1976 to 9M-MCC. In February 1990 she was bought be Mount Air Cargo and operated for FedEx Feeder and FedEx Express and withdrawn from use in December 2004 and scraped in 2006.


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Air Canada Boeing 777-200LR



C-FNND, The first Boeing 777-223(LR) to be painted in the new Air Canada livery in late 2017. This 777 was delivered to Air Canada in February 2008 and received the fleet number 705.


Please enjoy ๐Ÿ˜‰


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What I would love to see is an Air Canada B-777-200 or 300 in the old Air Canada Red and White with the black nose or a B-787-8 or 9 in the same livery. I think that livery would look great on either frame.
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I remember well the days of the FedEx F27s. Been quite some time since I've seen an F27 in any colors. 
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What I would love to see is an Air Canada B-777-200 or 300 in the old Air Canada Red and White with the black nose or a B-787-8 or 9 in the same livery. I think that livery would look great on either frame.



And, we have a winner. [thumb]

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What I would love to see is an Air Canada B-777-200 or 300 in the old Air Canada Red and White with the black nose or a B-787-8 or 9 in the same livery. I think that livery would look great on either frame.


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And, we have a winner. [thumb]


Thanks, guys, appreciate it!
It would look nice, just too bad Air Canada hasn't done a retro of this livery on an aircraft yet. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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It would look nice, just too bad Air Canada hasn't done a retro of this livery on an aircraft yet. ๐Ÿ˜‰



Indeed. The only one I can think of is the TCA A319, and that was years ago at this point. 

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Yes Air Canada did a A-319 in TCA livery and it is still flying in that livery. It makes and appearance from time to time at YYZ
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Good morning,

 

With a lot of North American based customs the last few months; a new update is also needed to this thread.

 

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Delta Airlines Boeing 767-400

Kalitta Air Boeing 747-400ERF

Kalitta Air Boeing 747-400BCF

United Airlines Boeing 777-300ER

 

N844MH, the SkyTeam livery painted Delta Airlines Boeing 767-400ER. It wears the fleet number 1820, was delivered to Delta on March 12th, 2002, and features 40 Business class seats, 28 Delta Premium Select seats and 178 Economy seats.

 

N782CK Built for LoadAir Cargo in 2009 for delivery with registration 9K-DAB. Later delivered to Kalitta instead on November 29th 2011 with registration N798BA and re-registered again in January 2012. This is the sole Boeing 747-400ERF in the Kalitta Air fleet.

 

N741CK, Delivered to Malaysia Airlines in November 1989 as a 747-4H6 Combi, registered and named 9M-MHL โ€œKuala Lumpurโ€. She was converted to a 747-400BCF in December 2002 and delivered to Kalitta Air in August 2008.

 

N2331U, the first Boeing 777-300ER with United Airlines. This aircraft is the only aircraft of the 777-300ERs so far with a name, โ€œNew Spirit of Unitedโ€. She was originally planned to be delivered as N58031, but registration was changed before delivery to N2331U.

 

 

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Aeromar IAI Arava

Aeromexico ATR 72-600

Aeromorea Fokker F50

PemEx Lockheed L100

XA-RAA, a model of a small regional 20-seater aeroplane built in Israel, only 103 of these were ever built, and most used as military aircraft. This is a model of the 73rd aircraft of the type and in the livery of the Mexican airline Aeromar. The airline operated four of the type. This frame was produced in 1981 and delivered to Key West Airline. It later flew with Comet Airlines, North American Airlines and Crown Air before joining Aeromar in 1988.

 

XA-NLP, four-year-old ATR 72-600 belonging to Aeromar and delivered in 2013. She was painted in this Aeromexico express livery between 2014 and 2016 when on a lease but still operated by Aeromar.

 

 

XA-MOR, msn26, flew for Avensa in 1958 with registration YV-C-EVQ, West Coast Airlines 1963 and Air West in 1968 with registration N2709. She joined the Aeromorelos fleet around 1990

 

XC-EXP, Built-in 1980 and delivered to the Mexican state-owned oil company PEMEX (Pertoleos Mexicanos) in April the same year. It was sold and reregistered in 1999 to Fuerza Aerea Mexicana with registration 10611.

 

 

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Midwest Express McDonnell Douglas MD-88

N601ME, an MD-88 first delivered to Midwest Express in 1989 with registration N159PL, re-registered in early 1990 to N601ME, and operated with Midwest until 2010 when bought by Dynamic Airways and registration N884DA.

 

 

 

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The Midwest is my pick. Well done, sir.
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The Midwest is my pick. Well done, sir.


Thank you very much! It's a very nice model and livery, and you can't argue about the beauty in the old MD-80s. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Thank you very much! It's a very nice model and livery, and you can't argue about the beauty in the old MD-80s. ๐Ÿ˜‰


Indeed. The skies are a lot less diverse with the passing of MDs. Shame.

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