All images courtesy of HYJLwings
Air Canada originally received 25 Canadair CRJ-100ERs between September 1994 and February 1997 and until 2002 all of these operated in full Air Canada colours and not for an express carrier. One aircraft, C-FSKI, was written off on May 31, 1995. From 2002 into 2006 they transitioned to Jazz Air (renamed Jazz Aviation in 2011) operating as Air Canada Jazz. Five of the original 25 still operate in Air Canada Express colours with Air Georgian.
Of course the original 24 surviving CRJ-100ERs represent only a portion of the fleet operated by Air Canada Jazz, which has also operated 48 CRJ-200s (identical to the CRJ-100 except for the engines). Fourteen CRJ-200s remain in service with Jazz. The aircraft chosen by HYJLwings are:
The mould is undergoing the finishing touches and here is a sample shot. It’s looking very good:
All three models will be released with only 80 pieces each under the GarudaModel HYJLwings sub-brand and will be ready by some time in August.
I'm Richard Stretton: a fan of 1/400 scale model aircraft and airports. This blog reports work on my model airport dioramas and discussion of the model manufacturers output.