To be honest, I don’t know how many of you actually do enjoy microscale MOCs (or deviations thereof) – but I really can’t see how anyone could not love this.
It may be called the Micropolis airport, but it still takes up major space.
Rakanishu1024 has actually done what TLG have failed to achieve for decades – and has built a proper, 100% realistic airport. Considering the size of this build, it’s no wonder he’s used micropolis scale, and he’s also made sure not to compromise quality one single bit. Just look at those terminals and the lighting!
Kudos to Andrew for sharing over on The Brothers Brick.
Two minifigs who rose to some fame in the 80s set out on yet another city tour filled with mishaps and bricky situations. Fortunately, it all ends nicely with an “Up, up and away” frame. Eurobricks newcomer Michael S makes it almost too real-life for those of you who are sick of the hassle commonly associated with civil aviation. Those of you who are still fascinated by all things “air” though would surely drool at the sight of an airport of such dimensions.
Make sure you head over to Eurobricks and check out Michael’s marvellous layout with this airport as its focal point – and the neat story that goes with it.
Bringing us to the exclusive helicopter pad inside the Airport VIP Terminal, our Eurobricks Reviewers Academy Teacher, Rufus has been invited to the launch of this new luxurious private helicopter and complies his thoughts in this 3222 Helicopter & Limousine review.
It’s definitely superb to see LEGO creating this. I could imagine the usage of the limousine could be used to ferry those high net worth individuals from point to point.
Living in a Grand Lifestyle
Eurobricks newbie Forward built this fine MOC of an airport tug.
Need a tug?
I especially like the front wheel wells and the understated but attractive detailing. More images and discussion at the Link.
Don’t be late for your boarding or miss the flight at your own risk. With the Christmas celebration a few days away, expect the airport to be chaotic, as many travelers are making their way back to celebrate Christmas with their loved ones.
Thanks to Eurobricks Count, Matn for sharing this latest City 2010, 7567 Traveler impulse set review.
Eurobricks Combo Reviewer, svelte_corps has presented an exclusive LEGO set which could perhaps be only available in some airlines as part of their promotional campaign.
Attention everyone, this is a special aerial acrobat showcase display demonstrated by the Creepy Bearded Minifig that is the lead actor for the upcoming “Top Gun II” movie and together with the beautiful Ice cream vendor at zero altitude, in this high flying 7643 Air Show Plane.
7643 Air Show Plane
This wonderful brick-built Lufthansa Airplane was created by Tsangc. Equally impressive to the design and custom stickers of the aircraft is the airport that adds high quality to this already fantastic creation.
Our own Eurobricks member, JopieK has brought to us the brave 6440 Jetport Fire Squad review. The Jetport Fire Squad is 24/7 on standby, ready for any emergency aviation accident, such as runway incursion, wing clipping incidents or even serious accidents. This is one of the old sets which has the light and sound features included for playability. Come in to Eurobricks to find out more!
6440 Jetport Fire Squad
Simonwillems, from Eurobricks has done an excellent review to revive our childhood memories. One of the most expensive set back then, even till this very moment.
One of the lovely LEGO Classics sets of all time is none other, the 6399 Airport Shuttle review. This airport shuttle technology from the 1990s has brought convenience to our travelers in LEGO International Airport, which enable them to travel faster between terminals. This wonderful review by Simonwillems can only be found in our exciting forum, Eurobricks.
6399 Airport Shuttle