re: Aviation200 Delta & Jc wings Monarch arrivals (PLEASE READ EXPLAINATION)
Thanks for the photos and all the info on the missing JC Wings model.
I'm going to let you in on a little secret... whenever I add new models to the database I always research on Airfleets.com the rego number, to confirm both the proper classification of the plane (and any official given names) plus make sure I list the correct engines. I then go to Airliners.net and confirm what period the paint scheme is, and any other pertinent info regarding the plane.
It's actually "2010s" colors, and that's on purpose. Historic liveries are noted as 1950s, 1960s, etc. colors, without pointing out the actual year of introduction. Also, there's no such thing as the "2013s" (I know similar language was used a lot in the DB, but that doesn't make it correct). Should there be more than one livery in a decade, differentiation is appropriate, such as early, mid or late "2000s". Along with adding many new photos I have also been changing 'dates' wherever appropriate in the database.
With this model it's "2010s" color, even tho the actual plane did not receive this livery until December 2011. The model part number JC2MON545 is designated by American Distributers ADI who use this style of numbering for their own use. The actual part number is shown on the box, in this case XX2545.
So all JC Wings releases are always JC4### (or JC2###), Flightline releases are all FL4### (or FL2###) and all "unbranded" releases are XX4### (or XX2###)
Ohh... and if I can't find any info on Airfleets.net or Airliners.net, I google it and then check on Wikipedia. It's why sometimes things get a little bogged down and only half a dozen models get updated or added of an evening.
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