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JetBlue Aeroclassics 1:400 model in the "Blue Finest" livery review

Wed Jul 12, 2017 4:14 am

Here's my review video
Here's a little history on the aircraft N531JL was first delivered on 12/13/01 with the "Dots" Tail. Aircraft serial number 1650
The name of the aircraft was "Rhapsody in Blue"
It's was sold to Blue wings on 1/3/07
Lease to Air Berlin on 1/17/07
Went back to Blue wings on 11/2/07 and flew with them until 1/13/10
It was delivered back to jetBlue on 9/7/10 with the new registration of N531JL and the Barcode tail. The new name was given "All Blue can jet"
The tail livery is the NYPD flag. It has white/ green stripes which represent the 5 boroughs on NYC. It has 24 starts. 23 represent the towns and villages of the city. The 24th start represents the city itself. I highly recommend this beautiful model[url][URL=]Image[/url]ImageImageImageImageImage[/url]

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