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Old 01-03-2020, 04:47 PM   #661
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Re: Homzie's 1:500 Speedbirds and more...

Well Homzie, you weren't wrong when you said I was going to like your latest update! It's great to see a Delta B757-300/WL land in your fleet - these are rare aircraft to spot when you consider how few were produced. What route will this extra-long B757 serve?

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Congrats on your "flying pencil!"
Thanks Mike. Flying pencil... Like I said on your thread, night pictures at Mumbai are not hard to find, but the right one for your mish-mash is hard to find. You'll need a night background because DL24 from New York JFK arrives into Mumbai at 22:35. I'll look forward to the Mumbai mish-mash, my friend! You can use this picture...
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Well Homzie, you weren't wrong when you said I was going to like your latest update! It's great to see a Delta B757-300/WL land in your fleet - these are rare aircraft to spot when you consider how few were produced. What route will this extra-long B757 serve?

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Cal, I knew you'd like my latest Delta Airlines update . However, I have one more 'surprise' for you very soon (it is in my next update).

Cal, regarding my B757-300/WL flight, I'm going to use it as DL4985 from NEW YORK JFK but will return to MSP as DL5458 (it is a DELTA Connection flight) but I'm upgrading the evening flight from JFK from CRJ-700 to B757-300/WL.

My complete DELTA schedules will be revealed once the construction of the airport Terminal is finally complete. I'm thinking which material I should use (mostly wood) but that'll make it heavy, don't you think? I may use cardboard with the dimensions 4 feet long and 2 feet wide. What do you think, my friend?

An update is coming soon...
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Re: Homzie's 1:500 Speedbirds and more...

Update Time...
My friends, this is my first update of the new decade and it gives me immense pleasure to share this aircraft with you all. This one arrived on January 2, 2020 and was the first arrival of the year. You saw her sister in my top 20 of 2019 (from the other scale)! This particular aircraft was delivered to the airline in February 2015 and is currently 4 years and 11 months old (oops...young). This aircraft has been to Toronto Pearson a few times from one of its hubs at Salt Lake City, Utah. The aircraft is Boeing 737-900/ER N835DN made by Herpa500.

Regarding the complete schedules, they will be revealed once the construction of the airport Terminal is finally complete...

Now, for the pictures of N835DN
https://ibb.co/nbZ8SRg
https://ibb.co/G3mTqjR
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https://ibb.co/LhwFQJM

I’ll share an update on my other thread soon...stay tuned!
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Update Time...
My friends, this is my first update of the new decade and it gives me immense pleasure to share this aircraft with you all. This one arrived on January 2, 2020 and was the first arrival of the year. You saw her sister in my top 20 of 2019 (from the other scale)! This particular aircraft was delivered to the airline in February 2015 and is currently 4 years and 11 months old (oops...young). This aircraft has been to Toronto Pearson a few times from one of its hubs at Salt Lake City, Utah. The aircraft is Boeing 737-900/ER N835DN made by Herpa500.

Regarding the complete schedules, they will be revealed once the construction of the airport Terminal is finally complete...

Now, for the pictures of N835DN

https://ibb.co/nbZ8SRg
https://ibb.co/G3mTqjR
https://ibb.co/2t5DGPx
https://ibb.co/LhwFQJM

Iíll share an update on my other thread soon...stay tuned!
Could you please post the pictures directly on the forum instead of just the links?
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Re: Homzie's 1:500 Speedbirds and more...

Another fantastic B737-900/ER-S for your growing collection of North American models! I love the way those scimitar winglets look on the -900 model, especially in Delta's bold livery.

Regarding your airport buildings, choosing a material can be difficult. Wood will offer the most strength and weight but can also be harder to work with. As you know, I've used heavy-weight card for all of my airport buildings which is a more flexible material to work with. Both have their advantages and disadvantages - it depends what style of building you wish to create as not all shapes will be easy to create with wood. I would definitely use a wooden base board for the ground foil though.

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