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LEGO set database: International Jetport. Set number: ; Name: International Jetport; Also known as: Holiday Airport; Set type: Normal; Theme. Find great deals for LEGO Town International Jetport (). Shop with confidence on eBay!. International Jetport Item №: Pieces: Minifigures: 8 Released: Theme: This was the second LEGO System airport out of five released to date.

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Photo 63996 the other side on the airport. Posted February 23, edited. I think it was sparked in ‘Squishy Stalacite’ thread about nothing good coming out of the Nineties. The plane is now being unloaded, and the passenger is ready to disembark. Close up of one of the minifigs. I do however, think that the 4 wide planes look great on these plates, but anything wider ie – all modern planeswould make them look a bit daft.

To be critical, I would have like to have seen more printing on the flags and tower column rather than stickers, and perhaps a stair vehicle so the figures could get in the plane easily.

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It’s like a clash of periods. Lol brickset says it’s released inthat makes it 1 year before i was born, oh so great that my mother found the airport in a box unbuilt a couple years back: Its a little dissapointing to see the airport logo stickers, considering TLG were able to print this logo on the airplanes tail fin and the fig torsos. Page 10 and Both mini-vehicles together with the driver and some lost luggage.

Nice to travel back in time It’s a bit weird though, to see a modern days internet-rewiew with the unboxing and all, and plenty of photo documentation on an old set like this. It took a while, but I finally got a used one last month, just in a condition where it needed some TLC. The bags are all un-numbered, and appear to be grouped according to brick size.


Final ratings, Design and build – 8. On the other hand, its Lego folks – put it where you want! Back side of the instructions cover. Sign In Sign Up.

This is where the manual ends. No stickers on yet!!!! Ordering old MISB sets has become a guilty pleasure of mine over the past few years. The box flap opens up, revealing a window to the parts, and another side of images, showing the play functions of the set, plus some more alternative builds. Review – – International Jetport. I still keep mine MISB. They were fine for the period, but to narrow for my preference. You may have been frozen in carbonite for 12 months, but this young lady has been sealed for 22 years!

Thanks again- I hope you get an Airport Shuttle to go with your Jetport.

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Edited February 24, by Legocrazy As others have mentioned, it integrates so well with other sets from the same time period. Here we have our tarmac guide showing the newly completed jet where to park up. The baseplates would help your town layout. Next up, we have the little yellow helicopter. Excellent review and glad it’s been built after 22 years in the cold. Next up, we start building the control tower – a glass bowl with access from the back for our controller to guide the busy airport traffic.


It was actually looking quite feasible to get my grubby mitts on these nostalgic memories either MISB, or examples with broken seals that were still un-played with. And detail from behind, sans the controllers seat.

Thank you for such a great review! Now for the weird part. A nice simple build with a great technique and printed parts. One more time- you have done a great job with this review! Very nice and honest.

You are not logged in. Harmacy, thank you for taking your time to share this beautiful Classic Town review! Page 14 and Posted February 24, I love the rock music stage, as it has nothing to do with an airport, and demonstrates the flexibility of the set. The reviews and pictures here give such a great perspective of the set s in question. Unfortunately it is now stored in a box somewhere, although I must say lgeo after all these years all the stickers are still intact.

Here is an overview of the layout, according to what legl on the front of the box. This is the only step in the manual that has a piece call out, and a top down view of the build as opposed to the normal isometric view. Next up, we start buliding structures.

Close up on the external side of the baggage slide. I agree that this has been my favorite review on EB. The fact that there are 5 baseplates, 3 vehicles and 8 minifigures with plenty of moving parts and detail ensure that this set has high playability and looks fantastic.