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Stephen

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  1. Stephen

    The 93rd FS 'Makos' at Lakenheath

    Great pics, thanks for sharing them.
  2. Stephen

    Kittyhawk 1/48 AH-1W coming

    I hope they''ll be consulting you to ensure it's done correctly/ Paint schemes and decals at the very least.
  3. Stephen

    J*A*G TV Show Fans ...Rabb is Back....

    14yrs after being promoted to Captain , he's still a Captain? shouldn't he be retired or at least flag rank.
  4. Stephen

    AMK 1/48 F-14!!!

    This should be a case study for model companies in how to mismanage customer expectations as well as how to fail to rectify the situation.
  5. Stephen

    What are your top 5 dream model kits?

    1/48 RF-8 Crusader 1/48 or 1/72 PB4Y2 Privateer 1/48 E13A1 Jake 1/48 Beechcraft 200 King Air 1/48 Gulfstream I/II/III/IV
  6. Stephen

    1:48 F-16A Hasegawa kit

    Seriously nice work.
  7. Stephen

    AMK 1/48 F-14!!!

    So is Christmas.
  8. Stephen

    Sea Kings? Sikorsky and Westland

    Don't forget 1/48 too!
  9. How about a sheet for the Sea King? I'd personally love to do the ASH-3D/H from the Italian Navy but there's also Argentina, Brazil, India, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Canada to name but a few.
  10. Stephen

    Academy 1/48 F-4B into a F-4N?

  11. Definitely interested in 1/48.
  12. Stephen

    CD72080 - 1/72 AV-8B Harrier II

    http://caracalmodels.com/cd48115.html
  13. Stephen

    A380 end of production

    My airline uses three jettys to disembark an A380, we can do it with two but three is preferred.
  14. Stephen

    A380 end of production

    They'll still be used by existing operators with the possible exception of Malaysian Airlines who are looking to get rid of their fleet.The main reasons for the failure are that it's relatively expensive to operate fuel wise when there are twin engined airliners which carry almost as much for a lower cost although the aircraft does have it's uses for slot constrained airports . The A380 is also relatively restricted as to where it operates as it needs widened taxiways and modified airport infrastructure to support it. The aircraft's cargo capacity is relatively limited compared to say the Boeing 777-300.
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