Another model from the series of historically important models made by Fermo for SAS in the 1960s. This is the plane that started it all, the Friedrichshafen FF49C. This model still exists and is on display at the Danish SAS Museum located at Copenhagen Airport. It is still in great shape and a testiment to the quality and durability of the models made by Fermo. Note the fictional register of T-DDDL. The real register on this aircraft was T-DABA.
During the 1960s, Fermo made a series of historically important models for SAS, and among these we find this beautifully executed de Havilland DH-9 in the livery of DDL, Det Danske Luftfartsselskab or DAL, Danish Air Lines. DDL flew the DH-9 from 1920 under the register of T-DOGH, so the register T-DDDL was probably made up for this model. The models in this series were one-offs, and if this model still exists today it is probably owned by SAS. However, during a visit to the Danish SAS Museum in 2017, some models from this series were on display, but this one was not to be seen.