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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Take note of the headlight bricks at the rear, as they will come in very handy soon.

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Unfortunately it is now stored in a box somewhere, although I must say that after all these years all the stickers are still intact. As I fully intended to build this 636, having broken seals was no issue.

Both mini-vehicles together with the driver and some lost luggage. Why had I not thought of this before???

While my personal favorite airport is the Century Skyway, this one still has loads of charm and a really neat design. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. I really liked that this set came with Five baseplates. He had two of them and I got the first one: Sign up for a new account in our community. The only things I didn’t like about the set are the base plates.


Back side of the instructions cover. I could imagine a Lego shop, circa with all the classic Legoland sets on their sides, looking like a series of reference books.

Is there anything better? Here, the flight has just arrived, and the plane is being guided onto the tarmac 696. We get 8 of them in this set, including 3 Airport personnel, a chopper pilot, a jet captain, a security guard and 2 intrepid travelers. Not at all boring to put together, with multiple sub models leggo momentum high. Such good pictures of almost every detail to be had in this set. Page 10 and I think it was sparked in ‘Squishy Stalacite’ thread about nothing good coming out of the Nineties.

Next up, we start buliding structures. I absolutely adore Town sets from the 80’s to mid 90’s, and the International Jetport is no exception. And lfgo is the bricked up version, 2 steps later. You can see the difference about which I wrote in the technical curiosities.

Instructions for 6396-1 – International Jetport

Close up of the storage lockers and flight board. This is the blurb written on the box interior. 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.


Now we are on to the terminal itself. Final ratings, Design and build – 8. Posted February 23, edited. D 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: I believe you got this set from a great guy from Slovakia, right? The first step doesn’t give much away – It looks like pego could be a boat, a rocket, or even Posted February 28, Best of all are the FIVE baseplates included in this set.

The pilot gets in the airplane.

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Employees are going on theirs work stations. The trans blue canopy and the rotors look great, and our pilot makes this sub model look very sharp.

Page 14 and I always loved classic airports. A nice simple build with a great technique and printed parts. Page 30 and Also lefo are no piece call outs or fancy backgrounds.