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    Amazon Prime Air

    Those of you guys that know my paints know I do Prime Air extensively. As one of the larger ACMI carriers for Amazon seems only right to. Well a picture started circulating of the upcoming 737 being delivered and I made a quick adjust of my current livery for it. Once I get more finalized details I'll finish it up. Whats your guys take of it? I prefer the white honestly. But I think Amazon wasn't happy with the market recognition with it. Sot hey opted for something a little more eye catching haha.

    Here's my current Prime Air work (Only for PMDG although I did develop some for other developers)
    Comparative 737 in the first Livery of Prime

    748 (Not Avail Yet, but maybe soon)

    744

    777

    MD-11 (A Sunset pic for a plane our developer would just like to just die already haha)


    A link to all my Prime Air Work.
    https://library.avsim.net/search.php?CatID=root&SearchTerm=prime+air+brian+t hibodeaux&Sort=Added&ScanMode=0&Go=Change+View
    Brian Thibodeaux
    B747-400/8 First Officer
    Typed MD-80, BE1900
    ATP, CFI, MEI

    #2
    Brian, great repaints! I tend to like that blue/grey 738 paint.

    Best regards,

    Vic Alesi
    Vic Alesi

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      #3
      Brian, I prefer the blue to the white. However, I feel they could do better on the blue - too close to KLM. Check out the BMW mini Starlight Blue. That would be eye catching. I can see where Amazon comes from as far as recognition is concerned. White is too common. Hope they fly the 747-8F sooner rather than later.
      Charles J Stutz

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        #4
        Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks Brian!
        Fahad Al-Riyami
        PMDG 737, 747, 777. Prepar3D v4.X (always on the latest version).

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          #5
          I like them all! Great repaints.I prefer the white myself, but...eh...
          Curtis Smith

          KSUS/1H0

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            #6
            Update on the 737 now that the aircraft are actually flying. Just minor details to keep fixing. Hopefully have it out today.



            Update on the link for all my Prime Air links.
            https://library.avsim.net/search.php...root&Go=Search

            Update 5/8/2019: 737 is uploaded to Avsim and awaiting approval.
            Last edited by thibodba57; 08May2019, 20:51.
            Brian Thibodeaux
            B747-400/8 First Officer
            Typed MD-80, BE1900
            ATP, CFI, MEI

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