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Thailand airliners

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hi all,

 

For those of you who like airliners, here's a bit of Thai colour.........

 

Andy

 

Airbus_A319_Bangkok_Air_2.jpg

 

Airbus_A320_Air_Asia_8_King_Power.jpg

 

Airbus_A320_Vietjet_Air_3.jpg

 

Airbus_A321_Cathay_Dragon_1.jpg

 

ATR-72_Bangkok_Air_3.jpg

 

Boeing_737_China_Eastern_Airlines_2.jpg

 

Boeing_737_Nok_Air_1.jpg

 

Boeing_737_Nok_Air_3.jpg

 

Boeing_737_Silk_Air_2.jpg

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What a lovely collection of airliner photographs. The schemes and colours are quite spectacular. I must admit that I don't pay any attention to Airliners in general. Apart from the classic airliners which appear on this site from time to time. After this posting maybe I should take a bit more of an interest. Thanks for a most fascinating post, it has certainly opened my eyes. Off topic a wee bit, was it yourself that had the Japanese F-4 photographs on this site?

 

Peter

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hi Peter,

 

I tend to do military plane photos, but these were spectacular and i hate to say it, but this was one of the highlights of a great trip for me. We stood there all day and each plane was different in some way.

 

I have posted some Japanese stuff here too including Phantoms. Can't get enough of the Asian countries for variety and colour

Andy

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Fantastic - thanks for posting!

 

The Nok Air 737s would be great subjects for the Boeing 737 Group Build which starts on 3 February.

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if you type Nokair decals into Google, you get a few hits, so they are available. Not that i'm tempted:D

 

Andy

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15 minutes ago, Skodadriver said:

Fantastic - thanks for posting!

 

The Nok Air 737s would be great subjects for the Boeing 737 Group Build which starts on 3 February.

Would anyone make decals for these two? Didn't realise they were 737s, I thought 737 engines sort of flattened out a bit at the bottom.

 

It would be a whole new ball game, not to mention a probable minefield, for me to even consider it.

 

I was a wee bit slow hitting the submit button, decal question answered.

 

Peter

Edited by Blackfordhibby
Too slow

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24 minutes ago, Blackfordhibby said:

Would anyone make decals for these two? Didn't realise they were 737s, I thought 737 engines sort of flattened out a bit at the bottom.

 

It would be a whole new ball game, not to mention a probable minefield, for me to even consider it.

 

Peter

 

Trust me, they are both 737-800s as are the China Eastern and Silk Air aircraft.  The engines with the obviously flatter area at the bottom are on the earlier 737-300/400/500 series.  (The engines in the Revell 737-800 kit are an inaccurate mish-mash of the earlier and later types). Gio Decals make a sheet for Nok Air 737-800s but anyone thinking of trying to buy it should read this thread first

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As Minion says, let's leave it to the experts regarding airliners, but i'm glad i've generated some thoughts and inspiration :D

 

Andy

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