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      Post #35087, posted on 12-02-2010 GMT-5 hours    
      Airbus updates it's A320 with sharklets and new engines

      http://wirtschaft.t-online.de/airbus-will-a320-zum-spritsparer-umruesten/id_43603886/index

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      Post #35088, posted on 12-02-2010 GMT-5 hours    
      Nothing new, this Project runs just a couple of years. Look on the Date of the following pic's.

      http://www.airliners.net/photo/Airbus-Industrie/Airbus-A320-111/1070921/L/
      http://www.airliners.net/photo/Airbus-Industrie/Airbus-A320-211/1027446/L/

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      Post #35089, posted on 12-02-2010 GMT-5 hours    
      Yepp! With winglets in the air since 4 years - still with the "old" CFM-engines.
      But not in scheduled service with winglets...

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      Post #35090, posted on 12-02-2010 GMT-5 hours    
      This looks like "in Service":

      http://www.airliners.net/photo/JetBlue-Airways/Airbus-A320-232/1099160/L/

      The neo comes in 2016 and in 6 years runs much water through the Rhine :-). Perhaps there will be a new concept for the 320 Family in the next time...

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      Post #35096, posted on 12-02-2010 GMT-5 hours    
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      This looks like "in Service":




      In JetBlue livery, yes. But still in french reg,... so not actually in service. Here is the same plane after delivery sans winglets

      http://www.airliners.net/photo/JetBlue-Airways/Airbus-A320-232/1289155/L/

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      Post #39916, posted on 11-15-2011 GMT-5 hours    
      Do you think that, with more than 1 250 NEOs firm orders to today and more options, pending to firm, LOI, MOU, etc, we´ll see an 1/144 NEO soon? Perhaps it´s as easy as Revell add a new sprue tree with the larger engines and sharklets to their A320/A39/A321 and voilà!

      Personally I find the NEO very attractive with those large sharklets and I whish to build one soon.

      Saludos / Greetings

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      Post #39917, posted on 11-15-2011 GMT-5 hours    
      If ever - think as a conversion set or as you stated Fernando as an Revell-update in the box.
      With "sharklets"..."SHARKLETS" - what a name!
      Sounds like choclets...
      ...some kind of sweets?

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      Post #39933, posted on 11-16-2011 GMT-5 hours    
      Hello,

      Never seen this Engines here before (jagged hot section). Is the picture real or a fake.

      http://www.shop-luftfahrt.de/images/products/2010_airliners_07.jpg

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      Post #39939, posted on 11-16-2011 GMT-5 hours    
      It's real.
      I've seen this jagged hot section before on a LH A320 (or was it an A319?).
      Think LH is on a test phase with this new exhaust.
      Has something to do with noise reduction.
      I wondered cause I've read in an airliner magazin Airbus is testing this jagged hot section and LH is very quickly integrated in the test program.

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      Post #65063, posted on 11-30-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Folks,
      does anybody know, if engines in 1/144 of the A320 neo exists??

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      Post #65064, posted on 11-30-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      http://pas-decals.com/index.php/product/view/4/494

      There you go

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      Post #65065, posted on 11-30-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Thanky you!!

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      Post #65080, posted on 12-01-2016 GMT-5 hours    
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      http://pas-decals.com/index.php/product/view/4/494

      There you go


      I'm assuming those are the PW ones based on the picture?