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25 January 2019
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1:500 Russian Air Force Ilyushin IL-76 "Marshal Skrypko"

This IL-76 is part of the 610th Combat and Conversion Training Center and carries the name of the former Soviet Air Force Marshal, Nikolai Skripko.

1:500 Buffalo Airways Douglas DC-4

Made famous around the world through the TV show "Ice Pilots", the airline with its base in Canada’s Northwest Territories operates a large fleet of venerable but rugged and reliable aircraft for charter and scheduled passenger, freight, and firefighting services.

1:500 Asiana Airlines Airbus A350-900 XWB - HL8078

South Korea’s Asiana Airlines will receive its first three of a total of 30 ordered A350s in 2017.

1:500 Air Koryo Tupolev TU-134B-3

Built in 1984, P-814 was the last ever built TU-134. She is one of two operated by North Korea’s state-owned carrier.

1:500 Etihad Airways Boeing 777-300ER - A6-ETC

This 777-300ER further expands the fleet of the Abu Dhabi-based airline in 1/500. A6-ETC is the first Triple Seven in this scale to feature Etihad´s Jan 2019 livery.

1:500 Air India Airbus A320neo - VT-EXF

During 2017, state-owned Air India took delivery of its first ten of a total of 14 ordered A320neos. These will expand the existing domestic fleet of A319 and A320s.

1:500 KLM Airbus A310-200

The first of ten A310s operated by KLM from 1982 was PH-AGA, named after the world famous painter Rembrand von Rijn. The A310, the second aircraft to be developed by the then new Airbus consortium was operated by the Dutch carrier until 1997.

1:500 Qatar Airways Airbus A350-1000

Launch customer for the latest and Jan 2019ly longest variant of the A350 is Qatar Airways. A7-ANA, equipped with 327 sets in a two-class layout, was welcomed in Doha as the fi rst 36 aircraft Jan 2019ly on order.

1:200 Soviet Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-25PDS - 146th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment, Vasilkov Air Base, Ukraine - 52 Blue

In 1974, the Kiev-based 146th Regiment received the Mach 3-interceptor, built mostly with stainless steel.

1:200 Grumman F-14A Tomcat - VF-114 "Aardvarks", U.S.S. Enterprise

Due to the similarity between the F-4 Phantom and an aardvark, VF-114´s nickname originated during the time it operated that type. Later, in the 1980s, VF-114 and its Tomcats were stationed aboard USS Enterprise.

1:200 Aeroflot Antonov AN-24RV - CCCP-46466

After its introduction in 1962, a variety of color schemes were applied to the huge fleet of AN-24s, consisting of several hundred aircraft. A majority of the turboprops received this livery with two blue stripes. Starting in 1972, the many color schemes were standardized throughout the entire fleet.

1:200 Boeing P-8 Poseidon

The Boeing P-8 Poseidon is a military aircraft developed for the United States Navy. The aircraft has been developed by Boeing Defense, Space & Security, modified from the 737-800ERX. The P-8 conducts anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface warfare (ASUW), and shipping interdiction, along with an early warning self-protection (EWSP) ability, otherwise known as electronic support measures (ESM). This involves carrying torpedoes, depth charges, Harpoon anti-ship missiles, and other weapons. It is able to drop and monitor sonobuoys. It is designed to operate in conjunction with the Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton Broad Area Maritime Surveillance unmanned aerial vehicle.

1:400 Hawker Siddeley Trident 1E

Highly detailed Gemini Jets dieacst metal Pakistan International Trident 1E model in 1:400 scale. Each model is very collectible and all regular releases have limited production lines.

1:400 British Aerospace BAC 111-400

Oman Air Force Bac 111-400 by Gemini Jets 400 Diecast Airliners

1:400 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

Designed as a mid-sized, wide-body airliner and constructed out of mostly composite material, the 787 was first flown on December 15th, 2009.

1:400 Boeing 767-300

Designed as a wide-bodied, twin-engined airliner to fill the niche between the narrow-bodied 707 and wide-bodied 747, the 767 was first flown on September 26th, 1981. Developed in tandem with the narrow-bodied 757 twinjet, both aircraft share a common digital cockpit layout and are operated by a two man flight crew. Thanks to a proven reliability track-record, the 767 is approved for extended twin engine operations (ETOPS) making it a popular choice for airlines flying transatlantic routes. With more than 1000 aircraft produced, the 767 is the second most prolific wide-bodied airliner after the 747.

1:400 Boeing B-1B Lancer

Designed as a replacement for the B-52 Stratofortress, the B-1 Lancer was first flown on December 23, 1974 but did not enter service until 1986. First envisioned in the 1960s, this aircraft took two decades to begin its career. Its development was halted and restarted numerous times, and it was alternately praised for its potential and decried as gross misuse of taxpayer money. Today, the B-1 operates as a long-range, supersonic low-level penetrator. Its speed and survivability are superior to the B-52, and its high-speed strike and large payload capabilities give it a unique role in modern strategic bombing operations.

1:400 Ilyushin IL-62M

Designed to be high quality collectible die-cast model. Metal construction. Pre-assembled and ready to display with realistic print of airline livery and accurate details on the surface such as antennas, registration, panel lines and windows.

1:400 Airbus A350-1000

British Airways A350-1000 G-XWBA by GeminiJets 400 Diecast Airliners

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