Air Canada A321 by Aeroclassics
Aeroclassics Part Number: ACCGJWI
Aeroclassics delivers this A321 in a simple neat box that clearly alludes to it's intention to release multiple classic Air Canada liveries on its ubiquitous 321 platform. Although the current tail is not included amongst its predecessors, the logo is still present at the base of the box. The collection tails is a nice touch of Air Canada's long history.
Paint and Printing:
The printing quality on this model is great. As I mentioned earlier, nice neat lines are found all around the aircraft. The only stand out blemish is along the belly in the back where the baseline begins to curve around.
As others have noticed, a pretty major production flaw is the stretched font of the "Air Canada" titles. While the more discerning collector would scoff at the wrong titles, they are a minor glitch on an over all well shaped model.
I'm also very happy with the painting of the pylons and CFM56 engines, very neatly done. The only judgment here is that once and again, engine fan blades are not silver, but usually a flat gray or black. For the record, proper fan blade colors to me are not a gimmick.