Through various customs I will go through the regional Sabena fleet in the 1990s/2000s.
The first model shown is a Sabena ATR-72-211, operated by Schreiner Airways.
In 1999, Sabena and Schreiner Airways re-organised their franchise agreement as the feeder network was expanded. Two ATR-72 (PH-SCY and SCZ), delivered from Air Nostrum, were added to Schreiner Airways' fleet of 4 DHC-8-300 turboprops.
The 64-seaters were used to two destinations, Luxembourg and Paris-Orly until 2002, the year of the Sabena collapse.
PH-SCZ was build 1990, delivered to American Eagle. It left the Sabena fleet in 2002 towards Cimber Air and was converted to a freighter in 2005 and is still active with Swiftair.
I like the model, despite the fact that it is based on the old Herpa mould (donor was CSA). The main problems of the mould are the nose shape and the landing gear. The engine logos need a reprint as the decal quality print was not satisfying.