Airbus a330 - 200, Boeing, Airplane, Aircraft, Airliner
About this creation
Having had comments about my lego 777's looking like airbus a330's, I decided to actually build one. This is my most recent model, and in my eyes, my most aesthetic model along with my a340.
As most of my models, it is in South African Airways livery, however I didn manage to put some of Air Caraibes livery into the model before completion.
I designed my own Air Caraibes logo's and tail logo on my computer and was ment to print them out and stick them on to the model, however I did not get around to it. Any help here would be appreciated.
Also I have design different engines for this model and again help would definately be appreciated here. I have to design rolls royce engines however the engines shown are general electric engines. You probally would not understand that statement unless your a plane fanatic like moi!
LIVERY UPDATE - Im looking to build this aircraft in different liveries, and have just ordered that sticky see through paper for adding titles to the models, so are there any liveries that you would like to see......Please email me or leave a comment on which liveries that you like...if any. Please remember, it must be simple to make lego wise.
My ideas include, TAP, Air Caraibes, EVA Air, Lufthansa, TAM, Air Lingus, Austrian Airlines, Monarch, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Gulf Air, KLM, BMI, and Emirates. Which would be you favourite livery to see in lego???
Rough attempt at a DHL boeing 737. I ran out of yellow bricks at the end so I had to make do with red pieces. Still have to build the other wing and the tail and under carriage, and remake more realistic engines.
One of the features of the wing. Hard to see in this photo but it shows how the front of the wing is higher than the back of the wing....the top of the wing is slope......thus creating the lift aircrafts require to fly.
Very cool!! The flappy things you are talking about are either the landing gear doors, or if you mean the objects that jut out from the wings, those i believe are Flap Guides, the let the flaps stay in line with the wing, i believe.
Hey Dave, you were saying earlier that from now one you'll only be making 777-200s and -300s. That's ignorant of your possiblities! Listen to me: with a little (okay, a lot) of effort, you could make more A330s as well. Personally I don't like them, but there are lots of pretty A330-200s out there: Edelweiss (my favorite), Middle East Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, and many, many more. Why limit your imagination even if you have to limit your time? Try an Edelweiss A330-200. I know it will look amazingly awesome if you succeed.