JC Wings has announced its lineup of releases for April 2020. Last week, the manufacturer announced 28 new releases both in 1:200 and 1:400 scale. Checkout the full release lineup and highlights.
1:200 Scale Highlights
German Air Force Executive Transport Wing A350-900ACJ
This brand new A350 recently rolled out of the paint shop in Hamburg, Germany and will be the first of three brand new A350s delivered to the German Air Force. This will replace the older A340 aircraft currently in use. The first A350 will be known as “Regierungsflieger,” which means Government Aviator. JC Wings will release this model in 1:200 scale.
Aeroflot A350XWB “New Livery” VQ-BFY
In late February, Aeroflot took delivery of its very first A350 registered as VQ-BFY. The aircraft, which is named after Peter Tchaikovsky, completed its inaugural flight on March 6th when it flew from St. Petersburg to Moscow. JC Wings will release this model in both 1:200 and 1:400 scale and in the Flaps Up and Flaps Down configurations.
British Airways B737-400 Landor Livery G-DOCU
This Boeing 737-400 was delivered to British Airways in January 1993 and was powered by 2 CFM56-3C1 engines. G-DOCU graced the skies with British Airways for 20 years, before being retired in 2013. The model features the iconic “Landor Livery” and will be available in 1:200 scale from JC Wings.
Icelandair and National Geographic have partnered together to bring travel enthusiasts the trip of a lifetime. For a hefty price of $89,000 you can take a trip around the world on this privately configured Boeing 757-200 with 75 luxury seats. JC Wings will release this model in 1:400 scale.
Cargolux B747-8F “50th Anniversary Livery” LX-VCC
This livery celebrates the 50th anniversary of Luxembourg based Cargolux Airlines. This special livery features the titling “Spirit of Cargolux” on the forward fuselage of the aircraft.
Last week, JC Wings announced a large release of diecast model aircraft for December 2017. A total of 32 models will be released in various scales including 1/200, 1/400 and 1/500. Let’s take a look […]