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Boeing 777-300ER by Canon in old Air Canada livery. Scale: 1:120.

This article was published on 03.10.2012. 

I continued my experiments repainted parts of the paper model Boeing 777-300ER from Canon papercraft liveried different Aircompanies. This time I gave it to the elegant livery of Air Canada. As the prototype was chosen as one of the 12 sky-blue Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with registration number C-FITU 732, which is used in Air Canada c 01.05.2007 .

A lot of pictures of this board found, in particular, are here

In addition, some very useful information (eg exact pantone-color codes) has been derived on the Air Canada website .

Unfortunately, I could not find clipart logo – “maple leaf” that adorns the tail airliner. It was necessary to impose on the sweep retouched photo of the real tail:

Registration numbers in Air Canada for some reason do not put on the wings.

After a not very complicated process, I got this result:

 

Pictures of the test building process of this model kindly provided Denis (denRw).

Download parts and assembly instructions. 

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