Cameron

Saab 340A Livery Lineup

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Hi, All,

 

Here's a quick livery lineup shot of all the liveries included at no additional charge with the Saab 340A!

 

We have also included this shot in our gallery images, but I figured posting here doesn't hurt either. Enjoy! :)

 

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Hi Cameron, an amazing collection and the first thing I did after purchasing was to look for a plain white base livery for painting but I can't find one. Will you be releasing a paint kit?

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Just a little side note to the liveries.

When you select a different livery within X-Plane, any livery that is prefaced with "LDJ" is a livery painted by Leen De Jager.

He was generous enough to donate his time to create some fantastic looking repaints and he deserves some recognition for his work.

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Leen De Jager, is the man, he paints many of th great planes. My hat is off to this great guy. ;)

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This plane is something else!

 

The liveries too .. I'm so over the moon with this release .. and I got the REX livery too!

 

Thanks to Leen De Jager as well! :D

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Something like this, I think it can be done.

I`ll give it a thought    :-)

Leen

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How about a KLM Cityhopper livery… probably the first plane I flew in was a SAAB 340B cityhopper…  

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Leen, this is a great work , I admire your skills.

 

Where I can see, buy , download the liveries you just made?

 

Cheers, AJ 

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Leen,

 

OLT - that's phantastic.

 

Where can I download it?

 

Best thanks and greetings

 

Dirk

 

 

EDIT:

 

Answer: At the org ...

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It will be HERE as well.
X-Pilot wants to approve a file first.
I can assure you it WILL be approved.

 

The .org accepts any upload and the upload is available the very moment.

At the X-Pilot.com ...................... things are different , I think thats quiet reasonable( and clever)

 

 

Cheers

 

Leen
 

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How about a KLM Cityhopper livery… probably the first plane I flew in was a SAAB 340B cityhopper…  

I know , the livery however does not "thrill " me.

Probably  I`ll have to think about it.

Time will tell.

 

Ps

I am Dutch....................pffffff.............making someting wich does not thrill me, maybe I should.

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Does anyone know Delta Air Regionalfligverkehr? (Has been acquired by Deutsche British Airways, which has finally been merged into Air Berlin)

It has nothing to do with Delta Airlines. 

In the late 80s I once travelled from Stuttgart to Geneva in their Saab

 

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Leen,  :wub:  !!!

 

It's number 19 of 29 - ;) !!! Thank you very much !!!

 

Best greets

 

Dirk

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Thanks.

 

BUT:

 

It's number 19 of 29 ???????

 

I made ninetheen paints for the Saab 340  , NOT 29.

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Leen,

 

the next 10 will come, I hope so - ;) -,

 

your liveries are really phantastic!

 

Best greets

 

Dirk

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