Thai Airways 747-4D7 HS-TGO Bowonrangsi บวรรังษี

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  1. shika

    shika Member

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    Got the pattern from Japan Airline Boeing 747-400 at
    www.jal.co.jp.

    Its variation happen to be Thai Airways.

    So, let me start my 2013 work with

    Thai Airways 747-4D7 HS-TGO "Bowonrangsi" "บวรรังษี"

    Smooth as silk. :mrgreen:

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  2. shika

    shika Member

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    As the 2nd Saturday of January in Thailand is children day.
    And last week my daughter told me she would like to have Thai airways model.
    I just got sometime today so, why not.
    I plan to give this as a toy for her on children day ^ ^.
  3. micahrogers

    micahrogers Active Member

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    That is one tiny "Jumbo" jet :p
  4. MilanX3

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    Beautiful kit! I heard JAL also made a model of their 787, if you fill it with tobacco it will smoke like the real 787 :)
  5. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

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    Cuuute! A Bonsai Boeing! :mrgreen:
  6. sjsquirrel

    sjsquirrel Member

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    Help locating model

    Can you give some pointers as to where on the JAL site you found that? I can't find it on the English pages even with searching. I tried searching for "model" and "papercraft" but no luck.

    Thanks
  7. cafe

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    It's on this page: http://www.jal.co.jp/papercraft/

    EDIT: also, there are 2 buttons at the bottom of the above page that will lead you to pages dedicated to the 737-800 and 787. On these pages, look for the word papercraft written in katakana (ペーパークラフト)
  8. sjsquirrel

    sjsquirrel Member

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    Thanks Cafe. Got them all. They look like nice, fairly simple models. Good for a quick build or for getting a younger person to test their skills.

    Steve
  9. nathanmagus

    nathanmagus Illusionist

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    I'll be looking into building this paper-craft today. I've always liked airplanes, though I can't be a pilot for medical reasons. Still, I can probably find a mate if I built a competitively-sized version of this plane (as in, full-size, enlarged)!!
  10. nathanmagus

    nathanmagus Illusionist

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    On second thought, it's raining today in my area, so I guess I'll just build the regular size (model specific size) card-model for today and wait until the rain abates to build the jet-sized model (paper statue)!
  11. aviatix

    aviatix New Member

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    Hi,

    can´t open the JPGs. Only GIF 1x1 Pixel indicated?

    So sorry. Would like to build Bowonrangsi 747.

    Kind regrads
  12. shika

    shika Member

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    Dear Aviatix,

    I tried to search in www.jal.co.jp, it seems to be removed.
    However, you can print the wing of JAL. I still have the file of fuselage of Thai Airways Bowonrangsi.
    Please send me the inbox message of your e-mail.

    regards,

    Shika