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1:200 737-400 Doors and Windows
1:200 737-400 Doors and Windows
Our Price: $5.00

This set provides a full set of doors and windows for the hasegawa 737-400 kit.  Set includes extra full and blanked windows as well as cargo doors, wing escape paths and engine injestion warning stencils.
1:200 Bluebird Cargo 737-300/-400F's
1:200 Bluebird Cargo 737-300/-400F's
Our Price: $8.00

Bluebird Cargo was founded in 2000 by a group of aviation professionals.  The airline began operations in 2001, and was purchased by the Icelandair Group in 2005.  Bluebird provides scheduled and ACMI cargo operations from Iceland and throughout Europe.  The fleet consists of 2 Boeing 737-400s (TF-BBA, -BBB) and 5 737-300s (TF-BBC, -BBD, -BBE, -BBF, and -BBG).
1:200 CSA New Colors 737-400's
1:200 CSA New Colors 737-400's
Our Price: $8.00

In 2008, introduced a new color scheme, coinciding with a revision of its corporate branding.  This decal provides the markings for Boeing 737-400 aircraft painted in the new colors.
1:200 Pan Am 737-400's
1:200 Pan Am 737-400's
Our Price: $8.00

For a few short months following the merger of Pan Am II and Carnival Airlines, four Boeing 737-400 aircraft operated in full Pan Am colors.  The airlines merged in the fall of 1997, and the combined entity collapsed the following February.  The aircraft were painted in Pan Ams billboard livery.
Lufthansa 737-400s
1:200 Lufthansa 737-400s
Our Price: $8.00

For a few years in the mid-1990s, Lufthansa operated a small fleet of 7 Boeing 737-430 aircraft.
Air One 737-400 and 300s
1:200 Air One 737-400 and 300s
Our Price: $8.00

Air One started out as Aliadriatica, and is a strong competitor to Alitalia on local Italian routes.  In addition to serving the local market, Air One has also started international service, flying to many of the large airports throughout Europe.  They operate a fleet of 737s, ranging from the 737-200 to the 737-800, many of which are ex-Lufthansa aircraft.  This set is designed to fit a 737-400, but extras registrations and bits are included to letter a 737-300.
Alaska Airlines 737-400s
1:200 Alaska Airlines 737-400s
Our Price: $8.00

Alaska Airlines is a large operator of the 737-400.  At one point Alaska operated 30 737-400s.  One of these was converted to the world's first 737-400 freighter, see our Alaska Air Cargo set 737-65, and four were also converted to combi's.  This set depicts the standard scheme on the Alaska 737-400 fleet.
1:200 Alaska Air Cargo 737-400F
1:200 Alaska Air Cargo 737-400F
Our Price: $8.00

Alaska Airlines operated the very first 737-400 freighter.  The aircraft was a former Alaska Airlines passenger aircraft prior to its conversion to a pure freighter.
1:200 Varig Late Colors 737-400's
1:200 Varig Late Colors 737-400's
Our Price: $8.00

Varig Airlines of Brazil fell victim to the same financial difficulties as the other Brazilian "legacy" carriers, but managed to limp along long enough to eventually end up as part of GOL.  During the mid-2000's, Varig simplified its paint scheme by dropping the blue on the lower portion of the fuselage and going with the "Euro-White" look.  This set depicts this simplified scheme on the 737-400.
1:200 JAL Express 737-400's
1:200 JAL Express 737-400's
Our Price: $8.00

Established in 1998, JAL Express is a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan Airlines.  Initially operating the 737-400, JAL Express has now retired all but two of the eight 400’s in the fleet in favor of the newer and more economical 737-800.
   
 
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