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Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
1:200 Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
Our Price: $8.00

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.
1:400 Braniff 2707 SST
1:400 Braniff 2707 SST
Our Price: $8.00

Designed for the Monogram or Contrails Boeing SST kit. This scheme is similar to Braniff's initial 747  "Big Orange " scheme and represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been delivered in the mid 70's.
1:144 Braniff DC-9-14
1:144 Braniff DC-9-14
Our Price: $8.00

The Braniff name had a long run in the airline industry before finally disappearing in the early 1990s.  Unfortunately, the three separate airlines to operate under the Braniff name were not of the same high caliber as the original.  Braniff III was started in 1991 using 10 727s and the assets of bankrupt Emerald Air, which included three DC-9s.  Only one of these, DC-9-14 N931EA, was painted in Braniff colors and operated revenue flights (mainly to Nassau).  The third incarnation of Braniff died an ugly death after a year, with its two top corporate officers being convicted of felonies, and serving jail time, after widespread embezzlement, fraud, and obstruction were uncovered.  The DC-9 was painted overall dark blue (approximately FS 15056) with bright, light blue titles and white door outlines.
Braniff 2707 SST
1:200 Braniff 2707 SST
Our Price: $10.00

Designed for the Revell Boeing SST kit. This scheme is similar to Braniff's initial 747 "Big Orange " scheme and represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been delivered in the mid 70s.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A DECAL FOR ONE SST MODEL, THERE ARE TWO MODELS IN THE REVELL KIT BOX, YOU ARE PURCHASING ONE DECAL FOR ONE MODEL ONLY.
Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
1:144 Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
Our Price: $10.00

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.
1:120 Braniff DC-9-14
1:120 Braniff DC-9-14
Our Price: $12.00

The Braniff name had a long run in the airline industry before finally disappearing in the early 1990s.  Unfortunately, the three separate airlines to operate under the Braniff name were not of the same high caliber as the original.  Braniff III was started in 1991 using 10 727s and the assets of bankrupt Emerald Air, which included three DC-9s.  Only one of these, DC-9-14 N931EA, was painted in Braniff colors and operated revenue flights (mainly to Nassau).  The third incarnation of Braniff died an ugly death after a year, with its two top corporate officers being convicted of felonies, and serving jail time, after widespread embezzlement, fraud, and obstruction were uncovered.  The DC-9 was painted overall dark blue (approximately FS 15056) with bright, light blue titles and white door outlines.
Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
1:200 Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
Our Price: $12.00

Some of the most colorful Boeing 747s to take to the skies were the  "Flying Pumpkins " of Braniff International Airways.  This decal provides the markings for N601BN, the first aircraft in the fleet.
1:144 Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
1:144 Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
Our Price: $15.00

Some of the most colorful Boeing 747s to take to the skies were the  "Flying Pumpkins " of Braniff International Airways.  This decal provides the markings for N601BN, the first aircraft in the fleet.
1:200 Braniff International A380's  FLIGHT OF FANCY
1:200 Braniff International A380's FLIGHT OF FANCY
Our Price: $15.00

Following its successful defense of its Dallas hub against American Airlines, Braniff International continued to benefit from its strong Latin and South America network. To keep up with the growth on those routes, the airline ordered 5 Airbus A380's. In keeping with the retro paint scheme trend that has been popular in the industry, Braniff painted its A380's in the 1960's "Jellybean " scheme.

Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
1:125 Braniff "Jellybean" 727-200s
Our Price: $15.00

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.
   
 
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