DW B767-300 Aeroflot

Dragon Wings
#55963
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DW B767-300 Air Do

Dragon Wings
#55358
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DW B767-300 Ethiopian

Dragon Wings
#55964
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DW B767-300 Varig Charter

Dragon Wings
#55174
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DW B767-300F Lanchile Cargo

Dragon Wings
#55896
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DW B767-316 Lanchile Cargo

Dragon Wings
#55338
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DW B777-200 Aeromexico

Dragon Wings
#55176
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DW DC-10-30 Varig Brazil

Dragon Wings
#55670
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DW MD-11 World Airways

Dragon Wings
#55269
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This German charter carrier operates no less than fourteen Boeing 737-700 planes. Most of them, however, do not carry the airline's livery. The airline often offers its fleet as a gigantic advertising space for other companies: just like D-AGEU which is used for advertising the mobile phones of Germany's leading electronic group Siemens.
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To be able to compete with low cost airlines, Delta Air Lines established an independently operating subsidiary: Delta Shuttle. Equipped with sixteen brand new Boeing 737-832 planes, it currently flies to twenty destinations in the USA. In August 2000 the original of this model, registration N397DA, was the third plane allotted to the shuttle division.

HW B737-800 Euralair

1:400
#HW560436
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The French charter company offers its services to such tour operators as Go Voyages, and its Boeing 737-800, registration F-GRND, features that company's logo and color scheme. The friendly frog on the tail was a special incentive for Herpa to introduce Euralair into its 1/400 collection. The last few pieces of this collectors item are now available through the Herpa eXtra shopping.
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The North German holidaymaker airline was the launching carrier of the Boeing 737-800 in 1998. It is still the largest and most powerful version of the world's most successful jetliner.
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