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Emery Worldwide 727-200Fs
1:200 Emery Worldwide 727-200Fs
Our Price: $8.00

Prior to the termination of a long-term contract in 2004, Ryan International Airlines operated 11 Boeing 727-200 freighters for Emery Worldwide, in full Emery colors.  The aircraft were owned by Emery, but leased to Ryan.  Eight non-advanced ex-United Airlines 727-222s were acquired in 1994-95, followed by 3 Advanced 727-225s in 1999 (coming from Northwest Airlines).
Emery Worldwide 727-100Fs
1:200 Emery Worldwide 727-100Fs
Our Price: $8.00

At one time, Emery Worldwide owned a large fleet of Boeing 727-100 aircraft.  Throughout most of their time with Emery, the aircraft were operated under contract by Ryan International Airlines in Emery colors.  The aircraft were acquired beginning in the 1980s, and originally operated in a mostly red color scheme.  In the late 80s, Emery adopted a new livery featuring red and green stripes depicted by this set.
Ryan / Aeropostal MD82
1:200 Ryan / Aeropostal MD82
Our Price: $8.00

In 2004, Ryan International began operating a single MD-82, N932AS, that was previously with Alaska Airlines.  The aircraft flew initially with its Alaska -AS registration, but was later re-registered as N932RD to reflect the airline’s new owners, Rubloff Development.  This MD-80 operated several charter contracts, including one out of Miami for Aeropostal of Venezuela.  Our decal depicts the sole MD80 in the full Ryan colors.
Aero Lloyd A320s
1:200 Aero Lloyd A320s
Our Price: $8.00

Founded in 1980, Aero Lloyd was a German charter airline.  Initially operating with Caravelles, and then later MD-80s, the company switched to Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft in the late 1990s.  The company went bankrupt in October 2003 and ceased all operations.  Some aircraft continued flying in the U.S. through the Spring of 2004 on winter lease with Ryan International Airlines for Funjet Vacations and Trans Global Vacations.  This decal provides the markings for the standard Aero Lloyd scheme, as well as the vacation charter titles.
Aero Lloyd A321s
1:200 Aero Lloyd A321s
Our Price: $8.00

Founded in 1980, Aero Lloyd was a German charter airline.  Initially operating with Caravelles, and then later MD-80s, the company switched to Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft in the late 1990s.  The company went bankrupt in October 2003 and ceased all operations.  Some aircraft continued flying in the U.S. through the Spring of 2004 on winter lease with Ryan International Airlines for Funjet Vacations and Trans Global Vacations.  This decal provides the markings for the standard Aero Lloyd scheme, as well as the vacation charter titles.
United States Postal Service 727-100/-200s
1:200 United States Postal Service 727-100/-200s
Our Price: $10.00

In the early 1990s, the United States Postal Service introduced a new logo scheme for all of its services.  These new colors found their way onto the 727F fleet that was operating under contract for the USPS out of the Eagle Hub in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Postal contract was held by Emery Worldwide, which owned the aircraft.  However, operation of the aircraft was sub-contracted to Ryan International Airlines (17 727-100s) and Express One Airlines (seven 727-200s).  The paint scheme was relatively simple, yet attractive, with an all-white fuselage and a blue vertical stabilizer featuring the white eagle logo.  A thin red pinstripe was located above the cabin windows, with black USPS titles.
1:200 Ryan International 757-200 N929RD
1:200 Ryan International 757-200 N929RD
Our Price: $10.00

1:200 AeroSur 757-200
1:200 AeroSur 757-200
Our Price: $10.00

Beginning in the late summer of 2006, Ryan International Airlines began operating a Boeing 757 in a wet lease contract on behalf of Bolivian airline AeroSur.  The aircraft flew from Miami, FL to Santa Cruz, Bolivia, with onward service to Sao Paulo, Brazil.  The aircraft was painted in AeroSur colors.  The first airframe, N753NA, was later replaced by N526NA, before the contract was terminated in 2008.  This decal provides the markings for both aircraft.
Ryan International 767-332s
1:200 Ryan International 767-332s
Our Price: $10.00

In December 2007, Ryan International Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 767.  The aircraft, 767-332 N120DL, was a non-Extended Range former Delta Air Lines aircraft that had been operated domestically.  Later, a second non-ER former Delta airframe was added - N123DN.  Both aircraft retained their basic “Deltaflot” color schemes, but had Ryan’s Eagle-R logo added.  The airplanes saw a lot of the globe during their service.  Ryan ceased operations in January 2013.
Ryan / Aeropostal MD82
1:144 Ryan / Aeropostal MD82
Our Price: $10.00

In 2004, Ryan International began operating a single MD-82, N932AS, that was previously with Alaska Airlines. The aircraft flew initially with its Alaska -AS registration, but was later re-registered as N932RD to reflect the airline’s new owners, Rubloff Development. This MD-80 operated several charter contracts, including one out of Miami for Aeropostal of Venezuela. Our decal depicts the sole MD80 in the full Ryan colors.

This decal can be combined with a bagged Minicraft kit for a combined price of $20.00
   
 
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