Right, the Americas.
Going from north to south, starting with...
and the beautiful Trans Canada Airlines liveried Air Canada retrojet. Currently my only Canadian model, but as has frequently been mentioned, more are on my wishlist.
What's the next country south, then? Hm... Oh, right! The United States.
This is, as was possibly expected, the most represented country in my American collection. And going down the list alphabetically, let's start of with ABX Air, previously known as Airborne Express:
Next up, an aircraft supposedly operated by Academy Airlines, though I think it was actually privately owned at the time. Anyway...
airTran is up next, currently represented only in their last livery before being acquired by Southwest Airlines.
Next is America West. Callsign Cactus. Sound familiar? Well, between 2008 and 2015 it was used by US Airways. But why? Because their merger was a reverse merger. The smaller America West took over US Airways, but retained the US Airways name. That merger, however, also meant the end of many of their colourful liveries, some of which have been reproduced in 1:500.
Continental Airlines, an airlines that acutally used to serve Stockholm, mostly with 757-200's, but also the occasional 767. Although the name may be gone, the livery lives on, and fortunately, so does the retrojet.
Delta and their beautiful widget livery, beautifully reproduced by Herpa on the lovely L-1011. The MD-11, sporting a special livery for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics, was produced by StarJets, I think, under the DreamJets label. StarJets did also produce a few MD-11 samples in the other Delta liveries they wore (widget, interim, and wavy gravy/Deltaflot) though none of them were ever released onto the market, unfortunately.
I wasn't quite sure if I should post this as Eastern or Lockheed. The aircraft, N301EA, was at the time owned by Eastern but was used by Lockheed to promote the aircraft, hence the extra titles and logos under the first set of windows.
I do love the Eastern livery, to be honest. Simple, yet classy. I do wish to add more of their aircraft to my collection.