Giant Boeing 747-400 Virgin Atlantic built by a German guy

This is the newest scratch built airliner by Adi Pitz.
3. Airlinertreffen Oppingen / Germany
Scale 1/13
Spw. / Wingspan: 4,95 m
Länge / Lenght: 5.43 m
Gewicht / Weigth: 68 Kg
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+5 1. Dennyboy commented 3 years ago

Nice one... :)
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+6 2. jeanmike commented 3 years ago

Tyrion Lannister approves :D :D
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+2 3. DarkPegasus commented 3 years ago

RC model of a Singapore Airlines Airbus A-380:
https://youtu.be/4au17XC8_-8
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+6 4. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

Must be nice to have the funds to allow you to indulge in that kind of thing...and think of the skills needed to construct something like that...its not exactly an Airfix kit!
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+7 5. Austin commented 3 years ago

I would love to see a vid on how he actually made this impressive model, the guts and the tech elements, even how he breaks it down, transports and sets it up. This would be as interesting IMHO as the fly around demo.
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+4 6. kawett commented 3 years ago

He should put a seat on top of it.
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+1 7. bimble commented 3 years ago

Looks like it is big enough that it should be registered. The engines and the in flight wobble give it away but otherwise, nice job. Next thing would be to build one big enough to sit it.
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+2 8. Add1ct commented 3 years ago

If these models get any larger it won't be long before we get a 1:1 scale one flying around.

... maybe even with real passengers ;)
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+3 9. erzug commented 3 years ago

And the landing gear retracts also. Nice.