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Wednesday
Aug292012

Videos: ANA 787 - Now With 'All Plastic' Service To The Wunderland!


 Make no mistake, these are 'must see' videos!

 

 The new ALL plastic ANA Boeing 787 is now serving the Wunderland... very cool stuff! The third video is the official Wunderland overview video, you really need to watch it so all this amazing craziness makes sense : )



 

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Reader Comments (2)

OK - all very cool, technically, which i applaud. But still just an image in someone's basement. And it doesn't really fly. Don't we, as Pilots, have an OBLIGATION to get these people out of their basements and introduce (or re-introduce) them to actual flying? Even RC flying, which requires high skills, is much closer to real flying than a "plane on a stick". "Mr. Roger's Make Believe" can't hold a candle to a craft that actually flies in the sky...No Bacon!

August 30, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLarry Overstreet

Modeling the real thing in a smaller scale has been in our DNA for millennia, whereas we only recently figured out how to hoist ourselves into the air. Obviously, these folks have poured tons of Euros into their work, but for me and many more like me, modeling is the only way I CAN fly. One heckuvalot less expensive. Don't insult the memory of Mr. Rogers and what he did for thousands of children - and don't insult Miniatur Wunderland with your "higher than thou" nice-but-not-good-enough comments.

September 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarc

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