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Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER . Watch out for an update soonish, once I figure out how to use the site. . Having been absent recently in lego building, I return with possibly my last ever lego aircraft model. With this model complete, I smell 'retirement' from lego modelling. The Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 were never part of persuaded me to at least attempt one of the mentioned aircraft, however it was to never be. I have only ever modelled aircraft which I have considered my favourite aircraft. Sadly neither the 747 or A380 inspired me in any way. I hope that my models have helped to inspire younger members into building commercial aircraft, as there is a distinct lack of commercial aviation aircraft within the lego world, with 90% of all plane models being military. Enough of my blabbering now, if you have read this far, congratulations on not passing out due to boredom. Now abit on the aircraft and airline. Singapore Airline is currently the largest operator of Boeing 777's in the world with 68 777's in service and a further 9 777's on order. The Boeing 777-300ER (ER standing for 'Extended Range') has been in service for 2 to 3 years now and mainly competes with Airbuses four engines A340-600. Many of you may have heard of the Boeing 767 , however many will not have realised that the 767 and 777 share the exactly the same nose section, despite the 777 having a much wider fuselage. The huge General Electric engines of the 777 are as wide as the fuselage of the 737! It should be noted that the photographs shown display the model during various stages of development. In several pictures, the rear of the aircraft aft of the wings was too long and thus was corrected in other pictures. My apologies for not uploading the photographs in order they were taken. It should also be noted that in several pictures is a smaller model of a similar aircraft. The plastic model is a 777-300 with the older Singapore livery with smaller titles. My model is the 777-300ER thus is has slightly larger engines, raked wingtips and larger titles. I hope to update the write up to this model some time in January. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=291175


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