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1:100 Aeroflot Tu-154's Tu-154 Doors, Windows and Windshield
1:100 Aeroflot Tu-154s
Our Price: $30.00
Over the years Aeroflot operated a vast fleet of the venerable Tupolev 154. Since there are far too many variations to list, we suggest purchased a copy of  "Tupolev Tu-154, The USSR's Medium-Range Jet Liner " by Dmitriy Komissarov.  This set does not come with any profile drawing and is designed to be used with the various issues of the VEB Tu-154 kit. Standard set of doors and windows for the various 1:100 scale Tupolev 154 kits.
Cubana Tu-154s FAA 727-100s
1:100 Cubana Tu-154s
Our Price: $30.00
1:100 FAA 727-100s
Our Price: $20.00
Cubana is the national airline of Cubana, and was a Tupolev 154 operator with both the Tu154B-2 and Tu154Ms in the fleet.  This set will letter any of the nine 154s operated by Cubana. Over the years, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has operated an impressive array of different aircraft types.  This decal provides the markings for two Boeing 727-100s that were painted in the white and blue scheme worn during the 1980s.
FedEx 727Fs Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
1:100 FedEx 727Fs
Our Price: $15.00
Over the years, Federal Express operated a large number of 727-100 and 727-200s. In addition, FedEx operates the last 727 ever built, N217FE. The decal depicts the final scheme used on the 727s with the white fuselage and purple tail. Famous for its colorful paint schemes, Braniff International brightened every airport it operated from.   This decal provides the markings for the Boeing 727-227 for the "Jellybean" scheme of the 1960s.  Only the first three aircraft (N401BN, N402BN and N403BN) were delivered in this scheme, before the "Flying Colors" scheme was adopted.  Most of the fuselage was painted a solid bright color with the extreme lower belly and rear fuselage left bare metal.  N401BN was bright red, N402BN was orange, and N403BN was bright blue.
727-200 Doors and Windows 737-200 Doors and Windows
Decal depicts a standard door and window configuration for a 727-200, for the Entex - Nitto - Doyusha kit in 1:100 scale. Decal is for the Entex - Doyusha 737-200 and provides the basic door and window arrangement.
Aerolineas Argentinas "Ticket Electronico" 737-200 Aeromar 737-200
1:100 Aeromar 737-200
Our Price: $20.00
In 1998, Argentinan carrier Aerolineas Argentinas painted 737-200 LV-LIW in a special scheme promoting the their electronic ticketing. Decal depicts the sole 737-200 operated by Dominican operator Aeromar.
Janet 737-200s "Alien Airways" Area 51 Transport 1:100 Aerolineas Argentinas 737-200's
G&G Aviation operates a fleet of 737s used to shuttle Defense Department employees and some military personnel between Las Vegas, Area 51, and the Tonopah Test Range.  This decal depicts the 737-200s which are now being supplanted by four newer 737-600s. Aerolineas Argentinas was a long time user of the venerable 737-200 operating over 50 of the type.  This type has since been retired from the modern Aerolineas Argentinas fleet.  This decal depicts the long-serving Iberia cloned scheme on the 737-200's.
Canada 3000 737-200s Piedmont Bare Metal - Red 737-200s
At one point, Canada 3000 was the largest charter airline in the world.  Canada 3000 added the 737-200 to its fleet with the purchase of Royal Airlines in 2001.  These did not last long, as Canada 3000 abruptly shut down in November 2001 ceasing all operations. This decal provides the markings for the maroon bare metal transition scheme worn by numerous Piedmont 737-200s prior to the merger with USAir in 1989.
Purdue University 737-200 1:100 747 Door, Window and Cockpit Set
This decal provides the markings for a 737-200 that was donated to Purdue University by United Airlines in 1999.  Soon after delivery to the university, the aircraft was leased by Boeing for use in airborne flight testing of 737 rudder systems, as part of research into the cause of several rudder hard-over incidents, including the crash of USAir Flight 427 in Pennsylvania. Set depicts the standard 747 door and window arrangement for the 747-100, -200, -300 or -400.  Includes extra windows, cargo doors and two cockpit versions.
1:100 Ocean Airlines 747-230F Federal Express - FedEx 747-200s
Established in 2003 with operations starting in 2004, Ocean Airlines was a cargo airline based in Brescia, Italy which operated four 747-200Fs.  Only one of their four 747s was painted in the full Ocean Airlines colors, I-OCEA, prior to Ocean Airlines shutting down and eventually going out of business in 2008. Following its purchase of Flying Tigers in 1989, Federal Express became a Boeing 747 operator.  The airline inherited a fleet of classic -100 and -200 aircraft, including both purpose-built and converted freighters, with several versions of Pratt & Whitney engines.  Federal Express retired the fleet by 1995, and in that time, only one aircraft (N806FT/N631FE) was painted in full colors.  The remainder of the fleet operated in a mix of bare-metal hybrid schemes.  Most aircraft eventually received solid purple tails, with Federal Express titles on a bare metal fuselage.
NASA Blue Stripe Shuttle Carrier 747s Air Canada Star Alliance 767-200 C-GAUB
NASA operated two converted 747s to transport the space shuttle. Boeing 747-100, N905NA started life in September 1970 with American Airlines as N9668. In July 1974 it was sold to NASA were it remains in service today. Boeing 747-100, N911NA was sold to Japan Airlines in September 1973 as JA8117. It was back with Boeing registered as N747BL in April 1988. In October it was sold to NASA and numbered N911NA.

****PLEASE NOTE*** This decal does NOT include the blue cheatline, as the blue cheatline MUST be painted by the modeler. To avoid confusion, this decal does NOT I repeat NOT include the blue cheatline.
Part of membership in the global Star Alliance is the requirement that member airlines paint at least one of their aircraft in special Star Alliance colors. Air Canada painted their first-delivered 767-233 C-GAUB into the Star Alliance scheme. This aircraft has since been retired and scrapped.

Please Note: For those of you who like the open windows as opposed to our gray decal windows, this set can be printed WITHOUT windows for no extra charge, just place a comment in the order notes and we will leave off the windows.
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