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Exporting my Blender Model crashes the Editor / Game

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Hello there,
I have built a Blender model for an airport I am currently building. Now this specific model always crashes the editor when trying to build the package.
None of my other models crash the editor. Yesterday I couldn't even load the scenery as the model was still in the scenery. I had to manually delete it from the xml file.
I will include the .blend file. It doesn't contain custom textures. Just colours.
Thanks
 

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I compiled and added the terminal to a project. It loaded and displayed fine in DevMode.
 
Is there something like a crash log? Also a previous version of the model loaded and worked flawlessly.
 
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