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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Sceneries with this set included: Sites like this allow for me to wallow in nostalgia leggo remember the sets I longed for as a child.
LEGO Town International Jetport (6396)
I’m a huge sucker for baseplates, so it’s nice to see other AFOLs pointing out their appreciation for them too. The bags are all un-numbered, and appear to be grouped according to brick size.
The baseplates would help your town layout. A simple connection, but very tidy and convincing. Prints are all classic town, and that classic lebo is timeless. Its nice to get a side view on the side of the box.
The front wheel is on a 2×2 turntable, while the rears are fixed.
They look great together- you won’t regret it! The plane is now being unloaded, and the passenger is ready to disembark. Great review of a great set! Like I mentioned before, I always fully intended to build this set, so was not concerned oego seals being broken, as long as the parts were all new.
This is where the manual ends.
A nice simple build with a great technique and printed parts. Here are a few close up and in action shots, to give you an idea of the play values in this set. Posted February 29, I love the black rollcage with the large light.
LEGO International Jetport Instructions , Town
Call it nostalgia, call it baseplate envy, or call it my dislike for those large premolded plane parts, but I love the to pieces, and believe that this is one of the best sets TLG has ever produced.
This is page 1 of the manual. I love the rock music stage, as it has nothing to do with an airport, and demonstrates the flexibility of the set. 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: Great trip back in time. Review – – International Jetport.
I echo what has previously been said. Here is a close up of the windows, tree and small garden. Thanks and enjoy your set, harmacy! The pilot gets in the airplane.
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.
He had two of them and I got the first one: Easily identifiable as an airport, with lots of function and playability. Already have an account? Thank you for taking the time to do this! Harmacy, thank you for taking your time to share this beautiful Classic Town review!
Instructions for – International Jetport |
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 legk. As others have mentioned, it integrates so well with other sets from the same time period.
We have 2 sticker sheets, the manual, and a catalogue of the current Lego lineup. Here is an overview of the layout, according to what is on the front of the box. 636 Classic Town review! Page 14 and Wheels, windows, wings, bricks, plates, plants. I sound so old saying that Thanks for the effort Harmacy!
Now for the weird part.