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Old 07-14-2020, 02:24 PM   #1
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With my collection having grown rapidly over the past few months having got back into the hobby, I thought it might be a nice time to start a thread with all of my current collection which I can add to when I acquire new additions. My collection consists mainly of European carriers and a smattering of American and Asian airliners.

Today I want to show my growing Austrian Airlines Fleet:

Starting with my first 1/500 scale Airliner, 777-200ER OE-LPB 'Heart of Europe'


777-200ER OE-LPA 'Sound Of Music'


767-300ER OE-LAZ 'India'


A320-200 OE-LBU 'Mühlviertel' in 'Unofficial Fan Line 2008' livery


Fokker 100 OE-LVG 'Krakow' in 'Die Kronen Zeitung' special livery


I have a real soft spot for this Austrian livery, much more so then their newer blander euro white iteration.
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Great start to your collection thread. I have to agree on the livery, the older Austrian livery was much more colourful and vibrant than their current. The Fokker looks the best, the blue engines contrast nicely with the red tail and the addition of the red wingtips is amazing!

You made me walk to my Austrian 777, as I didn't recall having either LPA or LPB. I was correct, it's LPD.
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Great start to your collection thread. I have to agree on the livery, the older Austrian livery was much more colourful and vibrant than their current. The Fokker looks the best, the blue engines contrast nicely with the red tail and the addition of the red wingtips is amazing!
Thank you for your kind words!
I agree, the Fokker is one of my favourites, I don't think the mould is too bad either. Would love to get one in the standard Austrian Livery!
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Next up is Lufthansa, I am not the biggest fan of this ubiquitous livery but I'm a really big fan of the A340 so it's a must really.
I would like to get my hands on the new livery as I think it looks pretty classy.

747-400 D-ABTL 'Dresden'


A340-300 D-AIGP 'Paderborn'


A340-300 OG Model, no reg



A330-300 D-AIKD 'Siegen'


Cargo MD-11F D-ALCA



A321-100 OG Model, no reg



A319-100 OG Model, no reg


CRJ900 D-ACKG 'Glucksburg'
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I amici a big A340 fan too.
Thanks for sharing.
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Even bigger Lufthansa fleet, great variety in models from the German flag carrier!
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IAG Airliners;

British Airways 777-200ER G-YMMG




British Airways A320neo (with those stupid engines) G-TTNA




Aer Lingus A320-200 EI-DVL 'St Moling'


Can't get away from the fact that those engines completely ruin the look of the Herpa A320neo mould. Such a shame.
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With my collection having grown rapidly over the past few months having got back into the hobby, I thought it might be a nice time to start a thread with all of my current collection which I can add to when I acquire new additions. My collection consists mainly of European carriers and a smattering of American and Asian airliners.

Today I want to show my growing Austrian Airlines Fleet:

Starting with my first 1/500 scale Airliner, 777-200ER OE-LPB 'Heart of Europe'


777-200ER OE-LPA 'Sound Of Music'


767-300ER OE-LAZ 'India'


A320-200 OE-LBU 'Mühlviertel' in 'Unofficial Fan Line 2008' livery


Fokker 100 OE-LVG 'Krakow' in 'Die Kronen Zeitung' special livery


I have a real soft spot for this Austrian livery, much more so then their newer blander euro white iteration.
Great Austrian Airlines, beautiful airline and beautiful fleet.
Too shameful Herpa did not produce the B737-600, B737-700, B737-800 and A319.
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Great Austrian Airlines, beautiful airline and beautiful fleet.
Too shameful Herpa did not produce the B737-600, B737-700, B737-800 and A319.
I agree, its a real shame! A 737-800 in particular would be a must have for me.
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Great photos once more, the Aer Lingus A320 looks so clean compared to the clunky looking A320neo!
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With my collection having grown rapidly over the past few months having got back into the hobby, I thought it might be a nice time to start a thread with all of my current collection which I can add to when I acquire new additions. My collection consists mainly of European carriers and a smattering of American and Asian airliners.

Today I want to show my growing Austrian Airlines Fleet:

Starting with my first 1/500 scale Airliner, 777-200ER OE-LPB 'Heart of Europe'


777-200ER OE-LPA 'Sound Of Music'


767-300ER OE-LAZ 'India'


A320-200 OE-LBU 'Mühlviertel' in 'Unofficial Fan Line 2008' livery


Fokker 100 OE-LVG 'Krakow' in 'Die Kronen Zeitung' special livery


I have a real soft spot for this Austrian livery, much more so then their newer blander euro white iteration.
We have an Austrian F100 here in Adelaide, I think the local operator (Alliance) bought the whole fleet from OS 26(?) F100's and F70's. There is one sitting on the maintenance apron with the basic OS livery (blue)
Edit: Broken up a little over a month ago
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Thanks guys!
I did hear some of Austrian F100's ended up over in Aussie. A sad demise so far from home!

Today, it's European Narrowbodies:

LOT Polish Airlines 737-300 SP-LMC



Finnair A321-200 OH-LZA



HOP! Air France ERJ145 F-GRGL



Interflug DHC-100 OE-LLI



Scandinavian A321-200



Aeroflot Don TU-154 RA-85626



KLM 737-900ER PH-BXS 'Buizerd'



Icelandair 757-200 TF-FIU 'Hekla Aurora'


The LOT 737 and beautiful Icelandair 757 are favourites.
I was lucky enough to fly TF-FIU from Glasgow to Keflavik in 2018!
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Today we have European widebodies.
A bit of a mix in here;

Alitalia A330-200 I-EJGA


Eurowings A330-200 D-AXGB


Air France Cargo 777F F-GUOA


Arkefly 787-8 PH-TFK '#dreamcatcher'
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Here are the carriers from the Americas.
Some of these have been re-wheeled;

NWA 757-251WL N536US



United 787-10 N14001



Delta A350-941 N505DN



Air Canada 767-375ER C-GEOU



Aeromexico 767-3Q8ER XA-HHH (fake reg)



Avianca Columbia 767-259ER N985AN
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The Delta A350 is my favourite from the bunch, the sleek winglets and shapes of the A350 combined with a beautiful livery! It's also a very comfortable way to fly from Amsterdam to Detroit!
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