Mortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 4984 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (4 years 5 months 5 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
Braathens S.A.F.E B737 200
Air New Zealand A 320 ( Lord of the Rings markings )
Air New Zealand B 767 300 ( Lord of the Rings markings )
Air New Zealand B 747 400 ( Lord of the Rings markings )
Air New Zealand B 747 400 ( Lord of the Rings markings ) 2
Air New Zealand B 747 400 ( Regulare markings )
Air New Zealand B 767 300 with winglets ( Regulare markings )
SCHUCO / STAR JETS 1/500:
Air New Zealand B 747 400 ( All Blacks markings )
STAR JETS 1/400:
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System MD 90 ( Special markings )
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System B 737 600
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System A 319 60th Anniversary retro colors
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System Douglas DC 8-55
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System A 321
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System MD 87
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System MD 81 ( Striped belly markings )
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System B 767 300 ER ( Striped belly markings )
SAS - Scandinavian Airline System A 340 300
Norwegian B 737 300 Sonja Henie
Norwegian B 737 800 ( 6000th 737 markings )
KLM Cityhopper F 50
KLM Cityhopper F 70
KLM B 737 700
KLM MD 11
KLM MD 11 Audrey Hepburn
KLM B 747 400
KLM B 777 300
KLM B 747 400 Rio de Janeiro
KLM A 330 200
Airfrance A 380 800
Airfrance A 321
Air Tahiti ATR 72 500
Air Tahiti Nui A 340 200
GEMINI JETS 1/400:
Air Tahiti Nui A 340 300
American Airlines MD 82
American Airlines B 727 200
American Airlines A 300 600
American Airlines B 767 300
American Airlines MD 11
Mexicana B 727 200
Sabena B 737 200
Brussels Airlines BAe 146 300
Iberia MD 87
Delta B 767 300
British Airways B 737 400 ( Landor markings )
British Airways B 757 200 ( Landor markings )
Scanair DC 10
Bangkok Airways ATR 72
THai Airways B 747 400
Thai Airways A 300 600 ( Star Alliance livery )
Lufthansa CityLine F 50
Lufthansa CityLine CRJ 700
Lufthansa CityLIne CRJ 700 ( 50 Jahre )
Lufthansa A 319 100
Varig B 777 200
Varig MD 11
Aero Mexico DC 9 10
Varig MD 11
Aero Mexico DC 10
BIG BIRD 1/500:
Pan Am B 747 100 / 200
INFLIGHT 500 1/500:
Pan Am B 727 200
NATO Boeing E A Sentry AWACS - 25 Years NATO E A Component
FX1816 From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 1400 posts, RR: 3
Reply 8, posted (4 years 4 months 2 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
Quoting PC12Fan (Reply 7): I'm into the Hasegawa 1:200 scale but haven't had the pleasure of putting them together yet. When I do I plan on making a TWA fantasy fleet.
F100/70 (if I can find them)
I've thought about it too. I do have a Hasegawa TWA MD90 in the 1980's colors, It looks good. Unfortunately Hasegawa does not make an F100 or F70 and neither a 757. I've got fantasy fleets of Eastern, Western, PSA and National using Hasegawa aircraft. With Eastern and Western I mostly just create a whole new paint scheme.
My total count including ones I've built and diecast or plastic was last around 296 but I believe I've added about 20 more since then.
CXB77L From Australia, joined Feb 2009, 2794 posts, RR: 3
Reply 9, posted (4 years 4 months 2 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
AIRLINERS.NET CREW CHAT OPERATOR
Too many to list. I collect mainly 1:400s.
Phoenix 1:400 Airbus A320-200 9M-AFW "WilliamsF1" colours
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-200LR C-FIUA
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-200LR C-FIUJ
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-300ER C-FIVS "Vancouver 2010" livery
Air New Zealand
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-200ER ZK-OKG
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-300ER ZK-OKM
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-300ER ZK-OKO
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 767-300ER JA619A
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-300ER JA778A
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 787-8 JA801A
Boeing house livery
Jet-X 1:400 Boeing 747-400 N401PW
Jet-X 1:400 Boeing 747-400 N747ER
Dragon Wings 1:400 Boeing 747-8 N6067E
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 747-8 N6067E
Gemini Jets 1:400 Boeing 777-200LR N60659
Phoenix 1:400 Boeing 777-300ER N5017V
Herpa 1:500 Boeing 777-300
Hogan 1:200 Boeing 747-8
cedarjet From United Kingdom, joined May 1999, 8653 posts, RR: 53
Reply 10, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
Have really started collecting seriously in the past year - some highlights include DC-10s of Laker, Hawaii Express, Air Florida, Biman Bangladesh and McDD house colours. Lots of 707s. 727-200s of Ariana Afghan, Ozark, Planet, Ansett. 747-200s of Thai, Korean Air Lines ("I heart NY"), Air Siam, Air Algerie. BA 777-200.
Recently discovered an extraordinary model shop in MBK Mall in Bangkok, went crackers buying mostly logojets - although I just realised now: Ansett 747-400 (Sydney 2000), Koreanair 747-400 (British Museum "Passionate Wings To Culture"), Etihad A340-600 (Formula One - just flew it!), Delta Air Lines 767-200 ("Spirit Of Delta"), Thai A300-600R (not logojet, just gorgeous current TG livery).
I warn you, once you get started, it's pretty addictive!
fly Saha Air 707s daily from Tehran's downtown Mehrabad to Mashhad, Kish Island and Ahwaz
rdhamr309 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
I have 211 models mostly 1/400 and they can be see on Wings900.com under Rdhard with a value of 5800.00.This is a great website to manage all your models or even purchase ones you are looking for,yes its a very addictive hobby!!
WALmsp From United States of America, joined Sep 2010, 189 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
My growing collections currently totals about forty, a listing of which can be found at diecastaircraftforum.com under the username WALmsp. Most of my collection consists of Western Airlines aircraft, mostly 1/400 and 6 larger mahogany models. Not quite up to the numbers of rdhamr309, but give me time…
In memory of my Dad, Robert "Bob" Fenrich, WAL 1964-1979, MSP ONT LAX
zkojq From Armenia, joined Sep 2011, 2190 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (4 years 4 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
My current collection is pretty small compared to that of most others here, but i hope it will grow larger.
1X Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa D-AIMA
2X Airbus A320-232 Air New Zealand ZK-OAB
1X BAe 146/Avro RJ Continental Airlines (though i'm pretty sure CO never operated any)
I also had a Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-400 but haven't seen it in a decade
Airbus A320-211 Northwest Airlines
Airbus A320-211 ANA
Airbus A321-211 Air France F-GTAH
Airbus A321-231 Lufthansa D-AIRB
Airbus A340-313X Austrian Airlines OE-LAL
Airbus A380-841 Airbus Colours F-WWOW
BAe 146-200 Eurowings/Lufthansa D-AJET
Bombardier Challenger 601 Luftwaffe
Boeing 737-8K5 TUIfly D-AHFM Haribo Livery
McDonnel Douglass F4 Phantom USAF
Saab JAS39 Gripen
As you can see I am a wee bit biased towards Airbus
Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 16): Too many to list but they say a pic is worth a thousand words:
That is very impressive. I hope oneday my collection will become that size.
CairnterriAIR From United States of America, joined Jun 2008, 443 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (4 years 3 months 3 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
How come almost nobody here builds any models? Nothing against die cast, but give building a try!
Kits I have built.
*Zvezda TU-154M ...Aeroflot
*Eastern Express IL-96...Aeroflot
*Eastern Express IL-96...used Eastern Airlines decals for a "what if" model
*Eastern Express IL-96...I "westernized" this model and used P&W engines and Northeast "Yellowbird" decals
*MInicraft Boeing 757...Eastern
*Minicraft Boeing 727-200...Eastern
*Minicraft Boeing 727-200 FedEx (aftermarket decals)
*Minicraft Boeing 727-200...Braniff (Aftermarket decals)
*Minicraft Boeing 707-320B...VIP USAF
*Revell Boeing 720B...Braniff (aftermarket decals)
*Revell Boeing 747-100's (came from the Space Shuttle and 747 combo kits)..Built one Braniff "big orange", one in 70's/80's TWA markings...and one for National Airlines.
*Sasquatch/Revell Boeing 747SP...wings, engines, gear are Revell, fusalage and tail are Sasquatch. Used Braniff decals.
Zvezda IL-96 400M...in fantasy PAN AM markings.
Minicraft Boeing 757...Northeast "yellowbird" fantasy what if.
Revell A380...Eastern Airlines "what if"
Revell Canadair private jet
Minicraft DC-8-63 Eastern Airlines
....all above are 1:144 scale.
also built are these:
Monogram DC-3 PSA not sure the scale...slightly larger than 1:144.
Hasagawa DC-9-50...USAF 1:200
2 X Zvezda SSJ-100 Sukhoi Superjets
Zvezda Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Eastern Express Il-96-400
AZ Models TU-134
Revell Boeing 737-800
Revell Boeing 2707 SST twin kits
all above are 1:144 scale
also have several B-25 kits and a few Hasagawa 737-200 kits
Die cast I have some...a Gemini Jets Northwest 787, quite a few 747's, and a bunch other types.
lhr380 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (4 years 3 months 3 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 32767 times:
I have 7 models in my living room. Each side of the fire place is a QF380 model (Brought onboard a QF380 on the 31st) and a BA380. Underneath my wall map is a small shelf holding 2 of my best models, a Danair 727 and a Delta DC10.
Above the kitchen Cupboard is TF-AME in Travelcity colours, a BA747 and a BA 777
WesternA318 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 5778 posts, RR: 22
Reply 24, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 5 days ago) and read 32767 times:
On New Years Day I had over 525 models ranging from 1:600 scale to a 1:50 scale A330-200 in Delta's current livery. After selling a lot of my collection on eBay and to my facebook friends, I'm down to about 410-420 models. My biggest collections are still TWA, Western Airlines, Northwest, America West, and US Airways. I got rid of my entire collection of Continental Airlines models a few weeks ago, save for a 1:400 737-200 in the old meatball scheme from Aeroclassics. I've posted a few pics on here before, I'll repost if I can find 'em.
Check out my blog at fl310travel.blogspot.com!
: I started collecting 1/400 scale diecast models about 4 years ago and 1/200 about 2 years ago and have amassed a collection of some 300+ models. I foc
: I guess I should explain...it started out as a Lufthansa plane, but it was one of the first ones I built without help, and the paint and decals didn'
: I flew that exact 777-300 from NRT to HKG last month! What a coincidence.
: I've got around 400 Herpa 1:500 models, a little over 10 1:200 models from various companies, a Revell 1:140 Airbus A320 from Condor I built and paint
: Okay, I warned you. Here's my collection of airplane models. I have another ~50 Herpa 1:500 models stored, since they don't fit into any of my showcas
: 1. 1/48 scale: Testors AC-130 Hercules Spectre 2. 1/72 scale: KMC B727-200 with AA decals Heller/Humbrol B707-300, with BOAC/AF and TWA decals(Starstr
: I have: 1/250 Finnair A330-300 (new livery) 1/250 Finnair A340-300 (new livery) 1/200 Finnair Embraer 170 (old livery) Ordered: 1/200 Cathay Pacific 7
: 1:200 AF 777 NZ 777 AF 380 Airbus colors 380 AF 744 SA 743 Swiss 742 Boeing colors 748 QF 744 US 330 EK 330 CY 330 EK 345 RJ 340 Boeing colors 787 Boe
: I have been collecting for years. I have military, civilian and airliner models. Currently, I have ~400 models on display between my home office and u