Originally Posted by Anglojet
The incorrect crown placement on the tail is more noticeable.
Actually the crown was not misplaced, Royal Jordanian modified the position of the crown on its Embraer fleet few years back.
Here are two pictures of the same plane, the first one was 8 years ago:
and the second one is recent
Thank god Herpa got that right, but what bothered me about this model is that the grey color was supposed to be a bit darker to highlight more the crown and the writings in gold, especially when its compared with the previous models of Royal Jordanian that were released by Herpa.
Also the gold and red lines are not supposed to go downwards on the nose section which is making the nose looks a bit weird for me.
So overall the model is not perfect but I can say that I am quite happy with it, especially that its the only narrow body model that I have for Royal Jordanian, and who knows when Herpa will ever think of doing another one like the A319, A320, A321, or even the E-175.