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A300-600 - love this livery

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Hi simmers 😃

Some snaps from a livery i like pritty much on this A300-600P..

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If you want to see the shots in the best resolution then please click on the picture !!

 

cheers 😉

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Great shots! I always liked that livery on the 737-200.

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Nice! For me, the livery would be better if the dark blue extended up the tail, but oh boy, she's a lovely looking plane, ain't she?

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1 hour ago, andy1252 said:

Nice! For me, the livery would be better if the dark blue extended up the tail, but oh boy, she's a lovely looking plane, ain't she?

Yes she realy is, and the best is after that much updates inibuilds did with this airplane the real bad issues are now fixed  ( at last for me ) and you can do flights now with no crashs and so you can finish a flight from begin to the end what i wasen't able to do before.. 

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Beautiful livery...looks good on the A300, pmplayer...!

Like the double toned Blues and the Cheatlines...A nice logo too...Thanks for sharing...

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Looking good PM and quite realistic that paint. 🙂

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That looks really cool, buddy! It's funny, but so many of these vintage liveries look really good also on modern planes. They also have much more diversity than the modern ones, which in many (not in all) cases just have a white body with a colored tail.

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Unusual name, maybe for a movie or it could be Canadian?

Darryl

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Guys, thanks a lot to all given comments, much appreciated !

cheers 😉

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