Modellers wanting different schemes for their Airfix 1/72 Dominie T.1s may want to consider this collection of six airframe options, of which five are for that type (four wearing the classic red/white/grey livery), while the sixth is for an HS.125 Series 400/CC.1 airframe.
Established by controversial businessman Rafik Khalifa, the Algerian firm Khalifa Airlines operated cargo and passenger operations from 1999, famously sponsored football team Olympique de Marseille’s shirts between 2001-03 and was dissolved in July of the latter year. One of its Airbus A320s is the subject of Decales Global’s 1/144 decals.
Iliad’s third batch of Air National Guard (ANG) P-51Ds features examples from Wyoming, California, Arizona and Ohio, all of which are clad in natural metal finishes; three airframes are equipped with Hamilton Standard ‘uncuffed’ propellers, while the fourth has a ‘cuffed’ version.
The third collection of British vehicles from the 1991 Gulf War (also known as Operation Desert Storm or Granby) focuses on wheeled patrol/reconnaissance machines, with examples of Ferret armoured cars, Fuchs (fox) nuclear, bacteriological and chemical recce vehicles, plus Land Rovers.
Paulus Victor has quickly established a reputation for high-quality themed releases, and this 1/144 set focuses on the goodwill trip by two Su-27 Flankers to the US in July 1990, which included their being escorted by Montana Air National Guard (ANG) F-16As on their return trip.
Whether this set is used as an alternative for Eduard’s 1/48 Adlerangriff Bf 109 boxing or just the firm’s standard Bf 109E- 3 and -4 offerings, the result will be five eye-catching liveries as worn by these Luftwaffe fighters during and after the Battle of Britain.