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Re: PT-TAA 1/400 scale Customs.

Now the last seven - all JMC Air! The first is an A320-200, registered G-BVYA, 2000 colors. The real machine was delivered new to Caledonian Airways on April 1995, as G-BVYA; went to JMC on March 2000, because of the merger between Caledonian and Flying Colours, under Thomas Cook; Leased to Ryan International between December 2000 and April 2001; leased to Thomas Cook Belgium on March 2002, as OO-TCF. In the meantime JMC as rebranded as Thomas Cook Airlines and the plane returned on October 2004, again with reg. G-BVYA. Taken by Indian Airlines on March 2005, reregistered VT-EYJ, until June 2010; stored at YMX between June 2010 and April 2011. To Khors Aircompany on November 2011, registered UR-CJO, and leased to Aria Air (Dec 11 - May 12) and Iran Airtour (May - Oct 12). To Mahan Air, as EP-MML, on November 2014 and finally to Iran Aseman, from November 2014, registered EP-APF.

TXC40012a_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYA_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40012a_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYA_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40012a_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYA_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The second is an A320-200, reg G-BVYB, 2000 colors. The real metal was, like her sistership, delivered to Caledonian Airways on April 1995, as G-BVYB; went to JMC on March 2000, because of the merger between Caledonian and Flying Colours, under Thomas Cook; leased to Thomas Cook Belgium on March 2002, as OO-TCB. In the meantime JMC as rebranded as Thomas Cook Airlines and the plane returned on on October 2004, again with reg. G-BVYB. On December same year she went to Mexicana, reregistered XA-UCZ, returning to the lessor on December 2010. To S Group International on July 2013, as EX-32004; to Sky Prim Air on Sep 15, as ER-AXO; leased to Fly One on Jun 16; to Star East on Jul 17 (YR-SEA); leased to Small Planet Airlines Germany on Mar 18; Returned to Star East Airlines on Oct 18 and stored at SAW since then.

TXC40012b_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYB_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40012b_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYB_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40012b_JMC_Air_A320-200_G-BVYB_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The third is a 757-200, registered G-FCLE, 2000 colors. The 1/1 scale palne started it's career at Flying Colors on May 1998, registered G-FCLE; became part of JMC on March 2000, as the result of the merger between the former airline and Caledonian, then part of Thomas Cook on March 2003 when JMC was rebranded. Left Thomas Cook on December 2013. Taken by Royal Flight on March 2014, registered VQ-BTR. Active.

TXC40013a_JMC_Air_757-200_G-FCLE_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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The fourth is a 757-200, reg. G-FCLH, 2000 colors. She was purchased from ILFC, leased to Transaero on June 1995, registered EI-CLU, then N751LF from January 1998. To Flying Colors on February 1999, registered G-FCLH; became part of JMC on March 2000, as the result of the merger between the former airline and Caledonian, then part of Thomas Cook on March 2003 when JMC was rebranded. Left the airline on February 2013. Purchased by FedEx On April 2013, converted to freighter on December same year, registered N968FD, named "Taytem".

TXC40013b_JMC_Air_757-200_G-FCLH_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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The fifth is a 757-200, registered G-FCLI, 2000 colors. The real metal was purchased from ILFC, leased to Transaero on May 1995, registered EI-CLV, then N651LF from March 1998. Leased to Royal Nepal on January 1999. To Flying Colors on March 1999, registered G-FCLI; became part of JMC on March 2000, as the result of the merger between the former airline and Caledonian; leased to North American Airlines between Dec 2000 and Jan 2003, then part of Thomas Cook on March 2003 when JMC was rebranded. Left Thomas Cook and stored at DGX on Jan 2016; taken by DHL Air on March 2016 and stored at GSO on May 2016, still registered G-FCLI. Reregistered G-DHKH on June 2016 and finally converted to freighter on May 2017.

TXC40013c_JMC_Air_757-200_G-FCLI_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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The sixth is a 757-200, registered G-JMCG, 2000 colors. The real machine was delivered to LTU Süd on April 1995, reg. D-AMUQ, then immediately transfered to parent LTU on May 1995. To JMC on March 2000, then part of Thomas Cook on March 2003 when JMC was rebranded, registered G-JMCG. Leased to Air Scotland, throught Greece Airways, wearing registration SX-BLV while on lease; back to Thomas Cook on April 2004, until leaving the fleet on December 2014. In the meantime she was leased to Jazz Air twice (Dec 10 - Apr 11 and Dec 11 - Apr 12), as C-GJZD. Converted to freighter at GYR on November 2015 and taken by SF airlines, reregistered B-7342.

TXC40013d_JMC_Air_757-200_G-JMCG_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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Old 05-29-2019, 06:13 PM   #47
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Re: PT-TAA 1/400 scale Customs.

The seventh and last is an A330-200, registered G-OJMC. She was delivered brand new to JMC on March 2002, then Thomas Cook on March 2003. She went to SriLankan Airlines on March 2012, where she still flies for.

TXC40014_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMC_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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Now time comes for more 1/400 scale customs - a huge batch! But let's start from where I left: JMC Air! 4 of them this time. The first is an A330-200, registered G-OJMB, 2000 colors. She was delivered brand new to JMC on November 2001, was leased to Garuda Indonesia between January and March 2002; Leased to MEA between January and February 2003. After returned from the lease to MEA she was taken by Thomas Cook, where she remained until November 2011; during the time with Thomas Cook she was leased to Garuda twice (Nov 06 - Feb 07 and Nov 07 - Feb 08). Since December 2011 she is part of Air Transat fleet, registered C-GTSI, she was leased twice to Travel Service Poland (Oct 2017 - Apr 2018 and Oct 2018 - Apr 2019).

TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The second is a 757-300, reg G-JMAA, 2000 colors. She started her career with JMC on April 2001, went to Thomas Cook on March 2003, received winglets on January 2011 and left TC fleet on January 2019. Since March 2019 she flies for Condor, registered D-ABOP.

TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The third is a DC-10-30, reg. G-GOKT, 2000 colors. The real machine was delivered new to Philippine Airlines on November 1980, as RP-C2114; withdrawn from use on February 1996. To Caledonian Airways, as G-GOKT, from May 1996; Transferred to JMC on March 2000; Finally, to World Airways on May 2001, registered N352WL; Withdrawn from use and stored at GWO on February 2005. Scrapped.

TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The fourth is a DC-10-30, reg. G-LYON, 2000 colors. She was sold to Singapore Airlines as 9V-SDG, but was instead delivered to Varig on January 1980, which kept, initially, the white belly and registered PP-VMS, leaving on January 1992; Sold to MDD Finance who leased to World Airways, as N115WA, between March 1992 and May 1993, who in turn leased to Garuda Indonesia; then leased to Biman Bangladesh from July 1993 till September 1996, as S2-ADB. Leased to Caledonian Airways on March 1998, reg. G-LYON; transferred to JMC on March 2000, left on November 2001. After freighter conversion she went to DAS Air Cargo, as 5X-ROY, on June 2002; To Avient Aviation on July 2007, as Z-ALT. Withdrawn from use and stored at CEW on July 2013. Scrapped.

TXC40015b_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-LYON_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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Someone loves his JMC fleet..! That's amazing Sergio, I'm sure someone will be very happy with these birds.
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Some great JMC birds! That was such a bright and nice livery!
And I didn't know, until a few days ago, that JMC stand for John Mason Cook, the initials of the son of Mr. Thomas Cook!
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Now time comes for more 1/400 scale customs - a huge batch! But let's start from where I left: JMC Air! 4 of them this time. The first is an A330-200, registered G-OJMB, 2000 colors. She was delivered brand new to JMC on November 2001, was leased to Garuda Indonesia between January and March 2002; Leased to MEA between January and February 2003. After returned from the lease to MEA she was taken by Thomas Cook, where she remained until November 2011; during the time with Thomas Cook she was leased to Garuda twice (Nov 06 - Feb 07 and Nov 07 - Feb 08). Since December 2011 she is part of Air Transat fleet, registered C-GTSI, she was leased twice to Travel Service Poland (Oct 2017 - Apr 2018 and Oct 2018 - Apr 2019).

TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40014b_JMC_Air_A330-200_G-OJMB_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The second is a 757-300, reg G-JMAA, 2000 colors. She started her career with JMC on April 2001, went to Thomas Cook on March 2003, received winglets on January 2011 and left TC fleet on January 2019. Since March 2019 she flies for Condor, registered D-ABOP.

TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40016_JMC_Air_757-300_G-JMAA_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The third is a DC-10-30, reg. G-GOKT, 2000 colors. The real machine was delivered new to Philippine Airlines on November 1980, as RP-C2114; withdrawn from use on February 1996. To Caledonian Airways, as G-GOKT, from May 1996; Transferred to JMC on March 2000; Finally, to World Airways on May 2001, registered N352WL; Withdrawn from use and stored at GWO on February 2005. Scrapped.

TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40015a_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-GOKT_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr

The fourth is a DC-10-30, reg. G-LYON, 2000 colors. She was sold to Singapore Airlines as 9V-SDG, but was instead delivered to Varig on January 1980, which kept, initially, the white belly and registered PP-VMS, leaving on January 1992; Sold to MDD Finance who leased to World Airways, as N115WA, between March 1992 and May 1993, who in turn leased to Garuda Indonesia; then leased to Biman Bangladesh from July 1993 till September 1996, as S2-ADB. Leased to Caledonian Airways on March 1998, reg. G-LYON; transferred to JMC on March 2000, left on November 2001. After freighter conversion she went to DAS Air Cargo, as 5X-ROY, on June 2002; To Avient Aviation on July 2007, as Z-ALT. Withdrawn from use and stored at CEW on July 2013. Scrapped.

TXC40015b_JMC_Air_DC-10-30_G-LYON_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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Wonderful fleet. When Thomas Cook's son James Mason Cook changed the glorious name becoming JMC, i already thought it was the end for the airline. But it was able to survive and then the right thing to do was to return to Thomas Cook.
Very sad Thomas Cook failed, even if it is living forever thanks to Sergio's wonderful customs.
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Some great JMC birds! That was such a bright and nice livery!
And I didn't know, until a few days ago, that JMC stand for John Mason Cook, the initials of the son of Mr. Thomas Cook!

Nice models, bright livery....but lets be honest. The change from Caledonian to JMC was not one for the better comparing both liveries. Caledonian looked classy, possibly even too good for being "just" a charter airline.
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Nice models, bright livery....but lets be honest. The change from Caledonian to JMC was not one for the better comparing both liveries. Caledonian looked classy, possibly even too good for being "just" a charter airline.
Indeed, Caledonian was muuuch better, specially on the Tristar
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Indeed, Caledonian was muuuch better, specially on the Tristar

Couldnt agree more Leo, stunning bird.


But also their DC10, 757, 737-200 AND the 747-100 looked amazing.
Even their A320 was ok. The A300 was unfortunately only in this mixed Caledonian / Air Scandic livery.
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Three more, the first is an Air 2000 A320-200, registered G-OOAC, 1996 colors. She was delivered new to Air 2000 on September 1992, leased to Bahamas Air between November 1993 and January 1994. Left Air 2000 on October 2001. To Indian Airlines on November 2001, registered VT-EVQ, transferred to Air India on August 2007 as result of the merger. Withdrawn from use and stored at LDE on November 2011. Scrapped on February 2012.

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The second is an Air 2000 757-200, reg. G-OOOV, 1996 colors. Delivered new to Eastern Airlines on December 1985, as N521EA and flew there until Januray 1991 when Eastern went bankrupt, leaving on March 1991. Went to Air 2000 on February 1992 and flew there until May 2002 as G-OOOV. Taken by Air Atlanta Icelandic on September 2002, registered TF-ARD, leased twice to Excel Airways between March 2003 - November 2005, still as TF-ARD, and between April - November 2006, as G-VKNB. Converted to Freighter and delivered to Varig LOG on April 2007, wearing registration PR-LGH. Left Varig LOG on March 2010, to DHL International on September 2011, as A9C-DHC, being withdrawn on June 2017. Stored.

TXC40011d_Air_2000_757-200_G-OOOV_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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The third and last is an Air Atlanta Icelandic 747-200, registered TF-ATC, 1990s colors, named "Capt. Johannes R. Snorrason". The real machine was delivered new to Cathay Pacific, registered VR-HIB, on July 1980. She was re-registered B-HIB on July 1997 and painted on "Spirit of Hong Kong" special livery. She left Cathay Pacific on May 1999 and went to Air Atlanta Icelandic on December same year. During her service with Air Atlanta she was leased to Iberia (May - Dec 2001), Air Asia (Jan - Sep 2003) and Garuda Indonesia (Jan - Mar 2004). Scrapped on August 2004.

TXC40018_Air_Atlanta_Icelandic_747-200_TF-ATC_1990s_cs_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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That Air Atlanta Icelandic 747 is such a cool model, such a small airline whose planes are rarely seen in their own livery.
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That Air Atlanta Icelandic 747 is such a cool model, such a small airline whose planes are rarely seen in their own livery.
Exactely... When I see a 747 in their own livery, I immediately think "meh, in 6 months it will be in Saudia Cargo livery"
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Exactely... When I see a 747 in their own livery, I immediately think "meh, in 6 months it will be in Saudia Cargo livery"
Thanks! What really surprised me is that not less than 89 747s were/are part of Air Atlanta fleet.
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Re: PT-TAA 1/400 scale Customs.

Hello folks! Another one finished, a Virgin Atlantic A321-200, registered G-VATH, 1999 colors, named "Hellenic Beauty". This 19,5 years old plane was delivered new to Virgin on May 2000, for the filghts to Athens, being appropriately registered and named for that purpose. She left Virgin on October 2001 and was stored at FZO, went to LTE International on February 2003, as EC-IMA; on July 2003 she went to Volar Airlines. She flew to Turkish Airlines between July 2005 and July 2011, as TC-JME "Burdur", she was then painted in Air Berlin colors, registered D-ABCI, but not taken up. She was then stored and finally went to Nordwind on December 2011, where she still flies for, registered VQ-BOE. Interestingly she is one of only 7 norrowbodies that ever operated for Virgin, the others were A320s, all stayed for quite short time.

TXC40024_Virgin_Atlantic_A321-200_G-VATH_1999_cs_1 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40024_Virgin_Atlantic_A321-200_G-VATH_1999_cs_2 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
TXC40024_Virgin_Atlantic_A321-200_G-VATH_1999_cs_3 by Sergio Lins de Holanda Teixeira, su Flickr
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