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Airbus A320 Meridiana Fly Paper Model

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This template was submitted by Paper Replika Friend (PRF) Jung Jin Suk from Korea. He created this Meridiana Fly A320 template by using A320 master template which I released about 2 weeks ago. I touched up a bit so the file can be reduced in file size. Meridiana Fly is an Italian airlines which operated in Peretola Airport, Florence. It has been using Airbus A320 since 2004 with 17 planes. There are many version of Meridiana Fly livery on this A320, Jung apparently created the simplest one, which doesn't have logo on its vertical stabilizer. After releasing this post I will update the AR.Drone 2.0 contestants model that have been delayed for sometime. Also I have another recolored version of A320 again from other PRF. Many have request to me to make another commercial aircraft beside Airbus, so the next would be Boeing 737 series.

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Airbus A321 Air Busan Paper Model

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This commercial aircraft model was modified from Paper Replika A320 to A321 by Zion. He created a 1:100 paper model of Airbus A321 Air Busan, an airliner from Busan, South Korea. Air Busan received its first Airbus A321-200 on January 2011. It has a pair of A321 since March 2012. Zion emailed me right after I post A320 master template, he told me about his plan to do A321. A321 is one of an A32X family, its member are A318 to A320. A321 is very similar with A320 in shape but with longer fuselage (118%).

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Airbus A320 Paper Model - White Livery for Recolor

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I received many request in airliner series and questions about how to customized livery of an Airline plane from Paper Replika. I decided to share the blank/white page template for you to recolor with your own style or your favorite airlines livery. This blank template comes in a package which consist of bitmap files (JPEG), vector images (EPS) and pepakura file (PDO). The PDO file is not developed on purpose, it's function is to be a 3D guide for recoloring which I will share with you how to do it in the next tutorial.  The first one is this Airbus A320, the others will catch up later.

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