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Robert MacReady
Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: November 28th, 2020, 1:48 am
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Now those three are beautiful beasts. I know that these ones were real, not AU, but do you think that you could try making the 747-100 and -200 in the TWA livery? Just a thought.


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Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: November 28th, 2020, 3:04 am
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Robert MacReady wrote: *
Now those three are beautiful beasts. I know that these ones were real, not AU, but do you think that you could try making the 747-100 and -200 in the TWA livery? Just a thought.
Yes, I plan on doing some more IRL TWA planes in the near future

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Robert MacReady
Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: November 28th, 2020, 3:11 am
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Cool!


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Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: November 29th, 2020, 7:30 pm
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The A220 is slated to become the backbone of TWA's short haul fleet, having replaced many 717s and A319s/A320s along with the A320neo. The introduction of the A220 has allowed TWA to replace regional jets as well, which are incredibly inefficient and bad for the environment. The A220 was originally the Bombardier CS100/300 until Airbus took over the program so the plane could be built in the United States to circumvent tariffs placed on foreign aircraft, almost immediately after, TWA began talks with the Airbus/Bombardier consortium and later placed an order for around 100 A220-100/A220-300 aircraft total, and also hinted the airline would add more options should the aircraft impress them. The first A220-100 entered service in March 2018, and was immediately a hit with passengers. The airline has since rapidly expanded its fleet, and introduced the A220-300 in January 2020.
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Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: January 17th, 2021, 4:34 am
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Robert MacReady wrote: *
Now those three are beautiful beasts. I know that these ones were real, not AU, but do you think that you could try making the 747-100 and -200 in the TWA livery? Just a thought.
If you want to make N93119 it's rather simple...

(1)- Find the base pic for the FD Scale 747-100,

then,

(2)- Paint it in the TWA 747-400 livery seen here


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Post subject: Re: AU TWAPosted: January 17th, 2021, 3:33 pm
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very nice A220's


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