This 3D model was originally created with Sketchup 13 and then converted to all other 3D formats. Native format is .skp 3dsmax scene is 3ds Max 2016 version, rendered with Vray 3.00 Welp, guys. First model after the warehouse becoming craphouse. Template by AirbusA330 and AirplaneNerd777. This was a pain in the butt to do, a lot of detail was added. A/S Air Baltic Corporation, operating as AirBaltic and styled as airBaltic, is the Latvian flag carrier airline and a low-cost carrier, with its head office on the grounds of Riga International Airport in Mārupe municipality, near the capital, Riga. Its main hub is at Riga International Airport. It has been state owned since 30 November 2011. airBaltic was chosen for anna.aero ANNIES Award in 2010 as Europe's largest flag carrier by new routes. In Europe, CIS and the Middle East airBaltic has operated 27 more routes in the summer season of 2010, compared to summer 2009. In the summer season of 2011 airBaltic announced three new destinations – Budapest, Gdansk and Bari. The first Boeing 737-500 joined the fleet in 2003, and on 1 June 2004, Air Baltic launched services from the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, initially to five destinations. In October 2004, Air Baltic was rebranded as AirBaltic. Their present livery consists of an all-white fuselage and lime tailfin. AirBaltic.com is displayed on the forward upper fuselage, and the word Baltic is repeated in blue on the lower part of the tailfin. In December 2006, the first Boeing 737-300 joined the fleet and was configured with winglets. In July 2007, AirBaltic introduced an online check-in system. It was the first online check-in system in the Baltic states. In Spring 2008, two long-haul Boeing 757 joined the existing AirBaltic fleet. On 10 March 2008, it was announced that in the next three years the airline would acquire new aircraft, experiencing the largest fleet expansion in the company's history. The new additions will be next generation Q400 aircraft. AirbusA330, I actually give you a chance to model the 757 and Q400, lel!