Small blemishes bear witness to the plane's long history and are an authentic reminder of its glory days over the clouds.
Every tag is unique. Depending on the plane, tags may vary in terms of haptics, material thickness and colour. Small blemishes bear witness to the plane's long history and are an authentic reminder of its glory days over the clouds. Each tag is made from the retired original aircraft fuselage skin of the featured aircraft, and is numbered.
Size: 1.37 x 3.46 inch (35 x 88 mm)
With the HS-TJF, we are now also proudly welcoming the world's largest twin-engine airliner, the Boeing 777, into our fleet. In September 1997 it left the Boeing factory in Everett bearing the Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 27731 and was delivered to Thai Airways, where it was registered as HS-TJF.
The Star Alliance member then christened the B777-200 "Phanom Sarakham", an administrative district in the Chachoengsao Province in the central region of Thailand.
In 2016, the HS-TJF was decommissioned and initially parked in Bangkok before then being transferred "with an overlay in Dubai" to Cotswold airport in the UK, where it was finally scrapped in late 2018.
AviationTag has been taking original airplane parts off and from what were once real-life airliners and turning them into premium, one-of-a-kind designer and collector’s items since as far back as 2006. In 2015, we had the idea of making the world a little bit better by upcycling scrapped airplanes into our special Aviationtags.
Alongside commercial planes like the Boeing 747 or the Airbus A340, we have also given historical aircraft like the DC-3 "candy bomber" a second life as an Aviationtag. But this also allows us to preserve important and interesting parts of aviation history.